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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Officers of State 



STATE OF INDIANA 



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS, TRUSTEES AND SUPERINTENDENTS OF THE 

SEVERAL BENEVOLENT AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS, AS 

REQUIRED BY LAW TO BE MADE TO THE GOVERNOR, 



Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1904. 



BY AUTHORITY. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 

1905. 



INDIANA STATE LIBRARY . 



PREFACE. 



STATE OF. INDIANA, 

Office of Secretary of State, 

IxDiANAPm^is, October 1, 1905. 

In accordance with the requirements of an act approved February 3, 
1853 (1st G. & H., p. 538), the several admmlst^tive officers of the State, 



and the Trustees and Superintendents of thCBenevolent, Reformatory and 

Educational Institutions thereof, have aib:^tted to the Governor and filed 

in the Executive Department the reports required of them for the fiscal 

year ending October 31, 1904, and the calendar year ending December 31, 

1904, respectively, w^hich have been eutere-d of record in the order of their 

reception and delivered to the Secretary of State for publication under tlie 

order of the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing and Binding. 

One thousand copies of reports are nov^^ bound in tvro volumes, and 

issued to the officers and persons designated by law to receive them. The 

usual number of copies of each report have also been bound in pamphlet 

form and delivered to the responsible officer or Superintendent of each 

Institution for distribution in such manner as tliey may deem for the best 

interests of the State. - 

HARRY SLOUGH, 

Clerk Bureau of Public Printing. 



CONTENTS. 



VOL. I. 

Auditor of State. 

Secretary of State. 

Treasurer of State. 

Attorney-General, 

Adjutant-General. 

Address of Governor J. Frank Hanly. 

Address of Lieutenant-Governor ISTewton W. Gilbert. 

Address of Lieutenant-Governor Hugh Th. Miller, 

Biennial Message of Governor W, T. Durbin. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



Being a Detailed Statement of the Work of the Various Depart- 
ments of Said Office for the Fiscal Year Ending 
October 31, 1904. 



APPENDIX: 

Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS : 

WU. B. BUBFOBD, CONTRACTOR FOE STATE PBINTINO AND BINDING. 
1904. 



THE STATE OF INDIANA, 

Executive Department, 

Indianapolis, December 6, 1904. 

Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State for 
verification of the financial statement. 



Office of Auditor of State, "i 

Indianapolis, December 6, 1904. J 

The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the State 
Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

D. E, SHERRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



December 6, 1904. 
Returned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and transmitted to 
Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Commissioners 
of Public Printing and Binding. 

GEORGE B. LOCKWOOD, 

Private Secretary, 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, Decem- 
ber 6, 1904. DANIEL E. STORMS, 

Secretary of State. 



Received the within report and delivered to the printer this 6th day of 
December, 1904. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 
Ckrk Printing Bureau. 



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INDEX. 



AUDITING DEPARTMENT. 

Page, 

Abstract of Assessments, 1904 89-94 

Abstract of Duplicates, 1903 73-88 

Balance in Treasury — 

November 1, 1903 32 

October 31, 1904 32 

Benevolent Institution Fund — 

Receipts to 42 

Disbursements from 55 

College Fund — 

Condition of 119 

Disbursements from 54 

Interest, disbursements of 54 

Interest, receipts of 41 

List of borrowers from, by counties 114-119 

Receipts to 41 

Classification of — • 

Disbursements, General Fund 43 

Receipts, General Fund 36 

Disbursements by Funds 34 

Disbursements during fiscal year from — 

Benevolent Institution Fund 55 

College Fund 54 

College Fund Interest 54 

Educational Institution Fund 55 

General Fund 43-54 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University 54 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University, Interest 54 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund Lands 55 

iSchool Revenue for Tuition 54 

State Debt Sinking Fund 55 

Unclaimed Estates 55 

Disbursements by Funds 43 

(5) 



Educational Institution Fund — Page. 

Disbursements from 55 

Receipts to 42 

Estimated Receipts and Disbursements for Years 1906 and 1907. . 22-31 

General Fund — 

Disbursements 43 

Receipts 36 

Receipts to, summary of 38 

Interest on Public Debt Ill 

Introductory Remarks . . 11-21 

Public Debt Statement _ 108-110 

Permanent Endowment Fund, Indiana University — 

Disbursements from 54 

Distribution of the Fund 113 

Interest, Disbursement of 54 

Interest, receipts of 41 

List of borrowers, by counties 112-115 

Receipts to = . 41 

Sales of Lands 54 

Poll Taxes- 
Collections of, May Settlement, 1904 106-107 

Receipts and Disbursements, Statement 32 

Receipts by Funds 83 

Receipts to — 

Benevolent Institution Fund 42 

College Fund 41 

College Fund Interest 41 

Educational Institution Fund 42 

General Fund 36 

Permanent Endowment Fund 40 

Permanent Endowment Fund Interest 41 

Sales University and College Fund Lands 42 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund Lands 42 

State Debt Sinking Fund 42 

School Revenue for Tuition . , 41 

Unclaimed Estates 43 

Recapitulation 55 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund Lands — 

Disbursements 54 

Receipts 42 

Sales University and College Fund Lands — 

Receipts 42 

Disbursements 59 



State Debt Sinking Fund — Page. 

Disbursements 55 

Keceipts 42 

School Revenue for Tuition — 

Disbursements 54 

Receipts 41 

Settlements — 

December, 1903 95-97 

May, 1904 98-105 

Summary Receipts, General Fund 38 

Summary Disbursements from General Fund 56 

Tax Levies, 1850-1903 120 

Taxes Collected 89-94 

Taxable Property 73-88 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Annual reports of companies 139-330 

Assets of companies — 

Fire and marine insurance companies of other States ". . 21-32 

Miscellaneous companies 19-42 

Life companies 84-91 

Indiana life companies 84-91 

Invested assets, fire and marine and foreign companies 21-32 

Companies authorized to do business in the State — 

Fire and fire and marine companies of other States 4-7 

Fire companies of foreign lands 6-7 

Fire companies of Indiana 4 

Life and accident assessment companies of Indiana 10 

Life and accident assessment companies of other States 10 

Life companies of Indiana 8 

Miscellaneous companies of Indiana 7 

Miscellaneous companies of other States 7-8 

Companies of other States admitted to do business in the State 4-11 

Fraternal companies of Indiana complying with law of 1889 10 

Fraternal companies of other States 11 

Fraternal associations — Statistical 101-102 

Insurance in force, premiums, losses, taxes, fees 66 

Liabilities — 

Fire and fire and marine companies 21-32 

Miscellaneous companies 19-42 

Life companies 84-91 

Indiana life companies 841-91 



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Eeports of — Page 

Legal reserve life companies, Indiana 157-177 

Indiana fire and miscellaneous companies 139-187 

Indiana assessment life and accident companies 179-191 

Indiana fraternal beneficiary associations 211 

Assessment accident companies of other States 211 

Fraternal beneficiary associations of other States 211-285 

BUILDING AND LOAN DEPARTMENT. 

Introductory 2-3 

Associations beginning business 4 

Associations in liquidation 5-6 

Associations retiring from business 4 

Comparative statements, years 1903-1904 8-9 

Dividends liquidating associations 7 

Statements of condition of associations 10-19 

BANK DEPARTMENT. 

Calls on State banks for 1904 7 

Comparative statements, resources and liabilities for 1903-1904 — 

State banks . 8 

Savings banks 88 

Trust companies 65 

New State banks 6 

Remarks 4-5 

Statements of condition — 

Savings banks 78-80 

State banks 9-52 

Trust companies 56-74 

LAND DEPARTMENT. 

Lands held by State by deed 12 

List of lands unsold under acts 1883 and 1889 5 

List of lands forfeited for non-payment of loans 6-11 

Remarks 3-4 

APPENDIX. 

Proceedings State Board of Tax Commissioners for 1904. 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. 



DAVID E. SHEKEICK, 

Auditor of State. 

JOHIsT c. BILLHEIMEE, 

Deputy Auditor of State. 

J. E. EEED, 

Clerh. 

LELA A. YOU^^G, 

Stenograijlier. 

CYEUS w. :n^eal, 

Cleric Insurance Department. 

HEISTEY W. BUTTOLPH, 

Actuary Insurance Deijartment. 

CLIFEIE B. MAI^LOVE, 

Assistant ClerJc Insurance Department. 

D. J. MEI^DE:tTHALL, 

ClerJc Land and BanJc Department. 

GEOEGE U. BI]\TGHAM, 

Inspector Building and Loan Department. 

E. M. HI^SHAW, 

State BanJc Examiner. . 
(9) 



AUDITOR'S REPORT. 



Hon. Winfield T. Durhin, Governor of Indiana: 

Sir — I have tlie honor to herewith submit for your examination 
the report of the Auditor of State for the fiscal year ending October 
31, 1904, giving in detail the fiscal affairs of the State, with an 
elaborate showing of receipts and disbursements and exhaustive 
tabulations reviewing abstracts of county assessments and settle- 
ments ; valuable data, associated with tax levies, duplicates, and 
all features associated with the assessment, collection and disposi- 
tion of public revenues. I have also submitted extended reports 
of the insurance, land, building association, banking and trust 
bureaus, with suggestions as provided by statute, that in my judg- 
ment would be of benefit to the people in strengthening the law as 
to the efiiciency of these agencies of public utility. 

ACCOUITTIlvTG DEPAETMEJSTT. 

There is now levied for State purposes an aggregate tax of 30:| 
cents on each $100. Of this amount, nine cents is for the General 
Fund, and five cents for the Benevolent Institution Fund. From 
the levies in these funds combined come to the State all the taxes 
that are, or can be used for the general expense of the State, and 
said taxes amounted last year to $2,127,427.04. The levy for 
school purposes is 11 cents on the $100, and the taxes resulting are 
distributed pro rata among the different counties, according to the 
numeration of school children. This tax aggregated last year 
$1,763,663.30. The specific levy of three cents on each $100 for 
payment on the public debt amounted to $438,400.64, and was 
immediately applied to the purposes of its collection. The Edu- 
cational Institution tax of one and two-thirds cents on each $100, 
amounted to $329,621.39, and was distributed as the law provides: 
four-elevenths thereof to the Indiana University, three-elevenths 

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thereof to the State ISTormal School, and four-elevenths thereof to 
Purdue Uuiversitj. 

The tax duplicates of the State amounted to $1,543,861,729. 
The amount of delinquent tax is $2,491,841.63. There can be no 
legitimate reason to justify such a large delinquency. In this sea- 
son of universal prosperity, if taxes can not be collected, there 
must be some radical wrong, proceeding from local causes. It is 
manifestly a very grave injustice to the taxpayers who meet 
these contributions for the operating expenses of government, 
that such a large per cent, of their neighbors are permitted to 
either go scot-free, or do indifferently, and often inadequately, 
what should be the very first patriotic duty of good citizen- 
ship. Thousands of dollars are absolutely lost, by either going 
off the duplicates through insolvency, or the removal of delin- 
quents to other locations. The Legislature recently endeavored 
to cure this wrong by increasing the treasurer's fees two per 
cent., but still the evil exists, and in my judgment, because of 
the lack of heroic enforcement of the present laws. I believe the 
State Tax Commissioners are delegated powers by the statute to su- 
pervise delinquent taxes in the different counties, but if additional 
legislation is necessary, it ought to be supplied, to the end that 
these omissions of public duty and omissions of tax payments 
should cease. »The yearly conference of County Assessors with the 
State Board of Tax Commissioners has introduced uniformity into 
the valuations of farm and other tangible personal values, but 
money, notes, bonds, bank deposits, while to a gratifying degree 
have been brought from hiding, still, even with this united and 
earnest effort, through misrepresentation, largely remain in seclu- 
sion. The exemption through perjury of such an aggregate of per- 
sonal valuations, necessarily causes a higher levy on the property 
honestly returned, besides destroying the equality of taxation, 
which is the first principle of political economy. 

The maintenance cost of the State institutions, notwithstand- 
ing the increased prices of many articles entering into consump- 
tion, has been within the appropriations, and there will be no 
deficits for the Legislature to provide for. The cost of excess 
population above the basis fixed for the regular maintenance appro- 
priations in the larger institutions Was $46,606.18; the uniform 
accounting system of debits and credits from purchase to consump- 



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tion, tlie competitive plan of buying witli discounts for cash, the 
cultivation of the ground and the raising of stock where institu- 
tions have farm lands, has lessened the cost of vegetables, meats, po- 
tatoes and milh, quite perceptibly, and is manifest in the excellent 
comparison of per capita with the years past. I believe a very 
decided saving could be had by purchasing supplies for all the 
State institutions in one competitive bid, on the general plan 
adopted by the Government in the buying of army subsistence. 
The State is a cash customer, it is the largest concentrated con- 
sumer, and if all its wants in all its varied lines of maintenance 
supplies were combined, the competition would be contested more 
closely and the interest of dealers more general. The delivery of 
supplies would be a mere incident and the stock objection to a 
central system of purchase, because of the imagined troubles over 
delivery, would not be held worthy of serious consideration. 

In making specific appropriations, I would respectfully suggest, 
especially in the erection of new buildings, that there be no room 
for doubt in framing the intention of the Legislature. I have en- 
deavored to apply the same construction upon appropriations in 
this regard, as pertain to general usage in private business, but to 
avoid controversy and prevent imposition upon the State, exact- 
ness of detail should be used in all specific appropriations, es- 
pecially. 

THE state's finances. 

The minutiae of detail in this report need not be repeated in this 
general statement of the State's finances. The fidelity to proper 
accountings in conformity to the "Mull" law, and the statutes of 
1901 specifically pertaining to the State's institutions, are strictly 
observed in all disbursements, and the integrity of all appropria- 
tions preserved. 

Payments on the public debts have been made as follows : 

November, 1903, 3i per cent. Refunding Bonds, 3 per cent. 

basis " 185,000 00 

January 4, 1904, 3* per cent. Refunding Bonds, 8 per cent. 

basis ". 200,000 00 

July, 1904, 3 per cent. Refunding School Bonds at 99^ 200,000 00 

July, 1904, 3 per cent. Refunding School Bonds 50,000 00 

Total 1535,000 00 



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It is probable $200,000 additional can be applied in January, 
1905. Tbe amount of the public debt is as follows : 

3 per cent. School Fund Refunding Bonds, with option clause, 

redeemable at the pleasure of the State $613,000 00 

3 J per cent. Temporary Fund Bonds, redeemable after 1910. . 800,000 00 

Purdue University, 5 per cent 340,000 00 

Indiana University, 5 per cent 144,000 00 

State Stock Certificate 5,615 12 

Total 11,902,615 12 

It will be seen there is only $613,000 of debt bearing the option 
clause. It would be better to pay a slight premium if necessary, 
and first take up the $800,000 not redeemable until 1910, per- 
mitting the option bonds to run, until all three and one-half per 
cent, bonds are paid, and thus wipe out all of the State debt within 
three years. The three per cent, specific debt levy realizes about 
$440,000 yearly, and this will readily meet all of the State's obli- 
gations in three years if the 1910 bonds can be purchased. There 
should be no reduction of the State tax levy. The debt paying 
record has not been at the expense of a proper care of the State's 
needs in any direction. The growing demands of our institutioTJS 
have been generally met. A continuance of the present tax levy 
will supply ample revenues for the necessities of a State increasing 
as is Indiana, and keep our institutions on their present level of 
excellence. The levy is one of the lowest of any State in the 
Union, and would not be ample were it not for the condensed sys- 
tem of government, free as it is from cumbersome bureaus, and the 
salary basis of State ofiicials, which this year turned near $495,- 
000 of fees in the public treasury. 



ADVANCE PAYMENTS. 

I call attention to the following situation regarding the State's 
financial condition on account of the General Fund. That fund is 
constantly anticipated before settlements by County Treasurers at 
both the May and December settlements by way of advance pay- 
ments, sometimes reaching the sum of $645,000. At the close of 
the last fiscal year there remained in the Treasury a balance in 
the General Fund of $60,601.93, and at the same time the counties 



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had paid in as advancements on December, 1904, settlement the 
sum of $154,740. If the funds for the year of 1905 had not thus 
been anticipated the General Fund would have stood overdrawn 
to the amount of $94,138.07. And on the 30th of N'ovember, 1904, 
there remained in the General Fund the sum of $249,996.03, with 
advance pajonents made in the sum of $484,740, leaving an over- 
draft of $234,743.97 without these advancements having been 
made. 



COLLEGE FUND, INDIANA UNIVERSITY. 

There was in the State Treasury ISTovember 30, 1904, unloaned, 
the sum of $74,674 of the fund known as the College or Indiana 
University Fund. On January 1, 1899, the balance in the treas- 
ury of the fund was $26,875.15 and it has constantly accumulated 
in the Treasury since, reaching the sum of $78,998 unloaned on 
January 1, 1904. While this money lies in the State Treasury the 
college receives no benefit from it, and some plan should be de- 
vised whereby it can be loaned and the college receive near $4,000 
per annum therefrom, whereas while it remains in the Treasury 
the college loses this income. I suggest one of the two plans, viz. : 

First. Consolidate the College Fund with the Permanent En- 
dowment Fund (which fund belongs also to the State University) 
and allow it to be distributed to the various counties of the State 
in the same manner as the Permanent Endowment Fund is now 
distributed and there be loaned by the County Auditors., the county 
being responsible for the principal and also for the yearly interest. 

Second. Remove the limit on loans to be made by the Stale 
Auditor, so he can loan in larger amounts and on better security; 
but provide that no loan can be made from that fund until the 
Trustees of the University have approved the loan and security 
after it is passed on by the State Auditor. The adoption of either 
of the above plans would result in the money being placed at 
interest almost immediately, or within a short time after a law on 
the subject became in force. 



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BUILD^G A'ND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

The Building and Loan Associations have been under the nom- 
inal supervision of this department for over ten years, but it has 
only extended to the making of annual reports. If this supervision 
is to be of any real benefit compulsory examinations, at least once 
a year, should be required. 'No system of reports can develop un- 
safe methods or actual wrongdoing when the officer making them 
is interested in concealing the facts. This has been demonstrated 
so many times during the ten years that these reports have been 
made to the Stae, that authority to make examinations is asked 
in the interest, of effective supervision. 

LAND DEPAKTMENT. 

The principal work of this department is confined to answering 
letters of inquiry relating to land entries and original surveys. 
Hundreds of such letters are received annually, and the investiga- 
tions required consume much time and labor. The State has a 
large amount of lands and lots forfeited to the State from the 
Permanent Endowment and College Eunds of the State, and the 
title to a large part of this property has recently been quieted in 
the State and are now ready to be sold. 

BANKS AND TEUST COMPANIES. 

PRIVATE BANKS. 

During the past two years there have been a number of failures 
of private banks in this State. The general public has confused 
these with the State institutions, and there has been more or less 
criticism of State supervision. It should be clearly understood 
that there is no. supervision whatever over these institutions and 
that they are in no way connected with the system of State bank:^. 

The discussion of these failures has brought about' a public 
sentiment demanding that there be established a system of super- 
vision over private banks. 



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The relation bet^^'een banker and depositor is one of trusteesliip. 
There is no other form of trnst in which the law does not seek to 
protect the beneficiary. Why should there be an exception made of 
the private bank ? The need of this protection is best shown by 
the record of bank failures in this State since 1893, and this can 
be said without disparagement to the system of private banks. By 
far the larger per cent, of private bankers (as is true of national 
and State bankers) are conducting a safe and legitimate banking 
business. In any system supervision is needed for the protection 
of the honest banker and his depositor, as laws against robbery are 
needed for the protection of a community. Under the lack of law 
which we now have any person with sufficient money or credit to 
secure a safe and few fixtures can engage in private banking with- 
out a dollar of capital to protect his depositor. ISTo one can or will 
argue that this should be permitted, yet it has been done and will 
continue to be done, unless a remedy is provided, l^either is there 
reason or argument in permitting any one in the banking business 
to speculate with the funds of his depositor without let or hin- 
drance. The experience of the past teaches that these are evils 
which have developed from permitting any person to engage in 
banking without placing restrictions of any kind upon his business. 
It is a condition which should not longer be tolerated. 

In view of the public sentiment on this question the ' General 
Assembly will undoubtedly be called upon to act. In any legisla- 
tion upon the subject two things should be kept in mind — a fixed 
capital invested in the business and the supervising officer given 
power, through the right to apply for receivers, to enforce safe and 
legitimate methods in the conduct of the business. 



BANK FAILURES. 

Since May 1, 1893, so far as this department has been able to 
gather the facts, four national banks, eleven State banks and 
thirty-one private banks, have failed. Of this number one national 
and eight State banks paid their depositors in full and the only loss 
was to the stockholders. Of the State bank failures all but two 
occurred in the midst of the panic of 1893 and were caused by their 
alliance with the "Dwiggins system" of banks. One of the na- 

2-Aud. of state. 



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tional banks has paid 61 per cent, to depositors and two others 
are in process of liquidation, and it is estimated that they will 
pay 25 and 40 per cent, respectively. The two State banks that 
are in, process of liquidation it is estimated will pay 55 and 62 per 
cent, respectively, and one that has been finally wound up paid 96 
per cent. A few of the private banks are in process of liquidation, 
and the estimate of what will be paid is used as the amount that 
will be finally received by depositors. Only one has paid in full, the 
next highest amount being 85 per cent. There were six banks pay- 
ing Y5 to 85 per cent., six paying 50 to 75 per cent., nine paying 
25 to 50 per cent., six paying less than 25 per cent., and in three 
nothing was paid. In the failures of national banks there was a 
loss of 40 per cent, to depositors ; in the State banks 12 per cent., 
and in the private banks 52 per cent. 



STATE BANKS. ' 

For the more effective supervision of these banks the following 
amendments to the present law are urged : 

That all banks be required to use the word "State'' in their 
corporate name ; that before beginning business a certificate of the 
payment of the required amount of capital, verified by the presi- 
dent and cashier, should be filed in this department and a certificate 
authorizing the bank to begin business issued to it ; all active officers 
should be required to give bonds and these bonds filed in the office 
of the Auditor of State, and the filing of such bonds should be a 
condition precedent to entering upon the discharge of their duties ; 
reports of examiners to the Auditor of State should be made confi- 
dential and subject only to his inspection, and to the officers of the 
bank and to courts, in litigation involving the affairs of the bank. 
All overdrafts should be prohibited by law and penalties provided. 
In case any examination should disclose excessive loans, the Au- 
ditor of State should have power to require a reduction of such 
loans to an amount deemed safe, and when such is asked he should 
have power to call for a verified statement that they have been 
made and the making of a false statement should be a punishable 
offense. Where after the first year of the bank the earnings are not 
sufficient to meet the expenses and carry the required amount to 



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tlie surplus, aiitliority should be given to the Auditor of State to 
require an assessment upon the capital stock to make good any 
deficit. 

Upon the re-incorporation of any existing bank, or upon a pri- 
vate or national bank incorporating under the State law, an exam- 
ination should be required before beginning business and the Au- 
ditor empowered to determine what assets of the institution to be 
absorbed may be purchased by the new corporation. 

In recent years there has been more or less of a desire to engage 
in branch banking, and there is one case where a branch bank has 
been established. The law is silent upon this subject. The wisdom 
of permitting branch banking is doubted, but if it is the policy of 
the law to permit it permission for it should be made and the pro- 
cedure in conducting branches should be defined by law. 

TRUST COMPANIES. . 

There are now fifty-nine trust companies doing business in the 
State, and it is gratifying to report that they are acquiring a large 
share of tlie business of handling estates. The courts are looking 
with more favor upon them and are usually pleased to have them 
in control of this class of business, their methods relieving judges of 
much labor in supervising this class of trust. Their organization 
and equipment is such that they can manage estates in a more satis- 
factory manner and with less expense than the individual. With 
their experience, responsibility and ability to care for estates in- 
volved in debt they become the ideal administrator of all kinds of 
trusts. They are also occupying another field that makes them 
valuable to their communities — caring for savings deposits. They 
now have $12,167,419 of such deposits, representing 57,226 de- 
positors. In this they are doing a good Work and are rapidly in- 
creasing this class of deposits. 

nsTSUEA:NTCE DEPAETME^^T. 

The insurance business of the State is steadily increasing in vol- 
ume and never before have all the conditions surrounding it been 
of as satisfactory a nature as at present. 



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The Indiana laws regulating this very important branch of the 

business of the State compare most favorably with those of other 

States. However, I desire to make two recommendations in regard 

to a possible improvement in the existing legislation. 

Section I of Chapter 245 of the Acts of 1899 require that before 
any insurance company incorporated by any other State than the 
State of Indiana can be admitted to do business in this State it 
must show that it has $200,000 invested in a certain class of se- 
curities which includes bonds of the counties, cities or towns of 
this State, but not of counties, cities, or towns of other States. The 
General Assembly in 1901 attempted to relieve the very evident 
hardship imposed by this law by enacting Chapter 180 of the Acts 
of 1901 in which the class of securities above referred to was 
enlarged by the addition of bonds of the counties, cities, or towns 
of some other State of the United States, but, owing to an error in 
the title of this Act, the then Attorney-General held it to be un- 
constitutional. 

The law as it now stands is particularly burdensome in the case 
of fire insurance companies, and keeps out of the State many com- 
panies whose reliability is unquestioned, thus making it at times 
difficult, if not impossible, for citizens of the State to secure the 
amount of protection which prudence demands. 

I am convinced that the enactment of a bill similar, as to the 
class of investments, to that passed in 1901, but which shall be con- 
stitutional, will inure to the great benefit of the people of the State. 

The other measure to which I trust the General Assembly will 
give most careful consideration is the enactment of a law establish- 
ing within this State the office of State Fire Marshal. 

I believe that such a law, properly framed and energetically en- 
forced, would do much to decrease the fire loss of the State, and 
would give great relief in the matter of a decrease in the high rates 
which the dishonesty and carelessness of a few' now compel the 
many to pay. 

If this office shall be created by the Legislature, it is ni}^ opinion 
that it should have no connection with that of the Auditor of State, 
except that the latter should have the right to demand such infor- 
mation as he might wish to have for the benefit of the Insurance 
Department, and through the Insurance Department should collect 



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from the fire companies tlie amount necessary for tlie maintenance 
of the ofiice. 

Tlie increasing business of this department is in part shown by 
the fact that at the close oi^the second year of my term of office I 
will have collected and paid into the State Treasury, taxes and 
fees from insurance companies of approximately $700,000, as 
against $1,003,932 collected during the four years of my predeces- 
sor's incumbency, and that, in spite of the fact that the last legis- 
lature took action which reduced the annual amount charged for 
agents' licenses. 



ESTIMATED RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR 
YEARS J906 AND 1907. 



In accordance with law, the following estimate is made of the 
probable receipts to the State Treasnry, and the disbursements 
therefrom, for the years 1906 and 1907 : 

EECEIPTS. 

In estimating the receipts for these years, I assume that the 
amount of the duplicate, the rate of the tax levy, the percentage of 
delinquent taxes, and the aggregate of fees collected by the dif- 
ferent State officers, together with the earnings and income of 
the varioiis State institutions, will remain about as at the present 
time. I have undertaken to be conservative in every item, and 
feel assured that the receipts will exceed the estimate. 

The total taxable property of the State for the year 1904, and 
upon which the taxes for the year 1905 will be extended, is $1,543,- 
861,729 ; the amount of the mortgage deductions claimed for the 
year is $40,591,727, which leaves a net tax duplicate, upon which 
taxes will be assessed, of $1,503,270,002. Assuming this to be the 
duplicate for the years 1906 and 1907, the tax levied for the Gen- 
eral Fund of the State Treasury, at the rate of 9 cents on every 
$100 of property, would be $1,352,943. Assuming that 5 per cent, 
of these taxes can not be collected, the total amount accruing to 
the fund would be $1,285,296, The total number of persons, as 
shown by reports of county auditors, in the State subject to poll 
tax for the year is 433,257. Taking this as a basis, the amount of 
poll tax placed upon the duplicate for the General Fund would be 
$216,628. Assuming that 65 per cent, of this tax is collected, we 
have $140,808 accruing to the fund. In addition to these amounts, 
there will probably be $40,000 delinquent tax carried over from 
the old duplicate and collected during the year. Adding the 
amounts $1,285,296, $140,808 and $40,000, we have a total in- 
come to the General Fund of $1,466,104. 

(22) 



23 

In addition to this, this fnnd will receive tlie tax accruing from 
the levy of 5 cents on every $100 for the Benevolent Institutions 
of the State. Taking the taxable property, $1,503,270,002, and 
making calculations at the rate of 5 cents on every $100, we have a 
total levy for this fund of $751,635. Assuming that 95 per cent, 
will be collected, we have an income of $714,053. To this should 
be added $16,000 of probable delinquency that is carried from the 
old duplicate, and which can be collected during the year, which 
makes a total of $730,053, probable receipts to the fund. This 
added to the $1,466,104, makes a total of $2,196,157 receipts from 
taxation. 

Adding to this amount the following probable receipts : 

$507,000— Collections by Officers. 
132,000 — Earnings of Institutions. 
76,000 — Receipts from counties on account of cloth- 
ing on inmates in State Institutions. 
54,000 — On account of Government Aid, State 
Soldiers' Home. 
6,000 — Miscellaneous Collections. 

Or a total— $775,000 

we have a grand total of $2,971,157 probable receipts to the Gen- 
eral Treasury of the State. 



DISBUESEMEIsTTS. 

It is understood that the following estimate of disbursements 
does not include any specific appropriations to be made by the 
present Legislature, but is based solely upon the running expenses 
of the State Government, as shown by the appropriation acts now 
in force. It is also to be noticed that no estimate for repairs in the 
various Institutions is made. This is omitted in view of the fact 
that the statute now provides for the appointment of a committee 
to visit the various State Institutions, in connection with the Gov- 
ernor, to ascertain the necessities of the Institutions, and rej)ort 
the same, with recommendations, to the Legislature. 



24 



ESTIMATED DISBUESEMENTS. 



For Governor, salary 

Lieutenant-Governor, salary.. 

Governor, private secretary's 
salary 

Governor, executive clerk's 
salary 

Governor, messenger's salary 

Governor, civil and military 
contingent expenses 

Governor, contingent fund for 
institutions 

Governor, office expenses 

Governor, house rent 

Adjutant-General, salary 

Adjutant-General, clerk's sal- 
ary 

Adjutant -General, stenog- 
rapher's salary 

Quartermaster-General, salary 

Secretary of State, salary.... 

Secretary of State, deputy's 
salary 

Secretary of State, clerk's sal 
ary = ... 

Secretary of State, stenog- 
rapher's salary 

Secretary of State, additional 
stenographer 

Secretary of State, office ex- 
pense : 

Secretary of State, distribution 
of laws 

Secretary of State, foreign cor- 
porations 

Distribution of Supreme and 
Appellate Court Reports 

Clerk of Printing Bureau 

Auditor of State, salary 

Auditor of State, deputy's sal- 
ary 

Auditor of State, settlement 
clerk's salary 



1906. 


18,000 
1,000 


00 
00 


2,400 


00 


1,000 


00 


1,000 


00 


10,000 


00 


30,000 
1,000 

1,800 
2,250 


00 
00 
00 
00 


900 


00 


600 


00 


1,2,00 


00 


6,500 


00 


2,000 


00 


1,000 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


250 


00 


2,000 


00 


500 


00 


1,500 


00 


7,500 


00 


2,500 


00 


2,000 


00 



1907. 

18,000 00 
1,000 00 

2,400 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 

10,000 00 

30,000 GO 
1,000 00 
1,800 00 
2,250 00 

900 00 

600 00 
1,200 00 
6,500 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

250 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 
1,500 00 
7,500 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 



25 



E8TIMA.TED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Auditor of State, land clerk's 
salary 

Auditor of State, insurance 
clerk's salary 

Auditor of State, assistant in 
surance clerk's salary 

Auditor of State, insurance 
actuary 

Auditor of State, stenogra- 
pher's salary 

Auditor of State, office expense 

Treasurer of State, salary 

Treasurer of State, deputy's 
salary 

Treasurer of State, clerk's sal- 



ary. 



Treasurer of State, office ex- 
pense ' 

Attorney- General, salary 

Attorney - General, assistant's 
salary 

Attorney-General, deputy's 
salary ^ 

Attorney-General, second as 
sistant deputy's salary 

Attorney - General, traveling 
deputy's salary 

A ttorney - G en eral , s t e n o g- 
raplier's salary • - . • 

Attorney - General, stenog- 
rapher and bookkeeper's sal- 
ary 

Attorney - General, collection 
of estates 

Attorney-General, office ex- 
pense 

Attorney - General, traveling 
•expense 

Attorney-General, law books.. 

Superintendent Public In 
struction, salary 

Superintendent f^ublic In 
struction, deputy's salary., 

Superintendent P u bj i c I n - 
struction, clerk's salary.. 



1906. 


1907. 


$1,800 00 


$1,800 00 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,000 00 
1,200 00 
6,500 00 


1,000 00 
1,200 00 

6,500 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


720 00 


720 00 


300 00 

7,500 00 


300 00 

7,500 00 


2,400 00 


2,400 00 


2,000 00 


2,000 00 


1,800 00 


1,800 00 


2,400 00 


2,400 00 


720 00 


720 00 


900 00 


900 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


750 00 


750 00 


2,000 00 
250 00 


2,000 00 
250 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


,1,500 00 


1,500 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 



26 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Superintendent Public In 
struction, stenographer's sal 
^ry 

Superintendent Public In 
struction, traveling expense 

Superintendent Public I n - 
struction, office expense 

State Board of Education 

State Board of School Book 
Commissioners 

State Librarian, salary 

State Librarian, reference li- 
brarian 

State Librarian, cataloger 

State Librarian, assistant cat- 
aloger .. 

State Librarian, office expense 
and distribution of d o c - 
uments 

State Librarian, books and 



1906. 



binding- 



State Librarian, janitor's sal- 
ary •••••. ••-•;••• 

Public Library Commission 

Reporter Supreme Court, sal- 
ary 

Reporter Supreme Court, dep- 
uty's salar}^ 

Reporter Sup r e m e Court, 
clerk's salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, sten- 
ographer's salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, office 
expense 

State GTeologist, salary 

State Geologist, clerk's salary 

Department Geology, expense 

Mine Inspector, salary 

Mine Inspector, assistants' sal- 
ary ' 

Mine Inspector, secretary 

Mine Inspector, expenses 

Supervisor Natural Gas, salary 

Supervisor Natural Gas, as- 
sistants. 



900 00 

1,200 00 

3,000 00 

720 00 
7,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,000 00 

720 00 

150 00 

2,500 00 

720 00 

3,800 00 

1,800 00 

2,400 00 

600 00 

3,800 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 



1907. 



$720 00 


$720 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 


1,000 00 
4,000 00 


1,000 00 
4,000 00 


2,200 00 
1,800 00 


2,200 00 
1,800 00 


1,100 00 
1,100 00 


1,100 00 
1,100 00 



900 00 

1,200 00 

3,000 00 

720 00 
7,000 00 

5,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,000 00 

720 00 

150 00 

2,500 00 

720 00 

3,800 00 

1,800 00 

2,400 00 

600 00 

3,800 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 



INDIANA STATE LIBRARt 



27 



ESTIMATED DISBUKSEMENTS-Continued. 



For Supervisor jS'atural Gas, ex- 
pense 

State Entomologist, salary and 
expenses 

Bureau Statistics, chief s'salary 

Bureau Statistics, d e p u t y 
chief's sal ary 

Bureau Statistics, clerk hire... 

Bureau Statistics, salaries and 
expense of agents 

Bureau Statistics, office ex- 
pense 

. State Board of Health, secre- 
tary's salary 

State Board of Health, clerk's 
salary 

State Board of Health, ex 
penses 

State Capitol, salary of custo 
dian 

State Capitol, custodian's as- 
sistants 

State Capitol, custodian's re- 
pairs 

State Capitol, salary engineer 

State Capitol, engineer's as- 
si sta n ts 

State Capitol, repairs, engin- 
eer's department 

State Capitol, heating 

State Capitol, water 

State Capitol, decorating 

State Capitol, illuminating 

State Geologist, salary of cus- 
todian 

Clerk of Supreme and Appel- 
late Courts, salary 

Clerk Supreme and Appellate 
Courts, deputy 

Clerk Supreme and Appellate 
Courts, assistant 

Clerk Supreme and Appellate 
Courts, stenographer 

Clerk Supreme and Appellate 
Courts, record clerk..., 



1906. 

11,000 00 

1,000 00 
2,000 00 

1,500 00 
1,200 00 

2,400 00 

1,800 00 

2,400 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 
1,500 00 

15,360 00 

5,000 00 
1,500 00 

5,220 00 

2,500 00 
7,000 00 
2,800 00 
150 00 
3,500 00 

600 00 

5,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

750 00 



1907. 

$1,000 00 

1,000 00 
2,000 00 

1,500 00 
1,200 00 

2,400 00 

1,800 00 

2,400 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 
1,500 00 

15,360 00 

5,000 00 
1,500 00 

5,220 00 

2,500 00 
7,000 00 
2,800 00 
150 00 
3,500 00 

600 00 

5,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

750 00 



28 



ESTIMA^TED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Clerk Supreme and Appellate 
Courts, office expenses 

Suprejne Court Judges, sal- 
aries 

Supreme Court Judges, ste- 
nographe rs' services 

Supreme Court, law librarian's 
salary 

Supreme Court, sheriff"'s salary 

Supreme Court, messenger's 
salary 

Supreme Court Law Library 
purchase of books 

Supreme Court, chamber -ex- 
penses ■ 

Appellate Court Judges, sal- 
aries , 

Appellate Court, messenger's 
salary , 

Appellate Court Judges, sten- 
ographic expenses , 

Superior Court Judges, sal- 
aries 

Circuit Court Judges, salaries 

Prosecuting Attorneys, s a 1 - 
aries 

Sheriffs, mileage : . . . 

Commissioner Fisheries and 
Game, salary , 

Commissioner Fisheries and 
Game, expenses 

Commissioner Fisheries and 
(^ame, traveling expenses.- 

State Tax Commissioners, sal 
aries 

State Tax Commissioners, ex- 
penses 

State Board of Charities, 
transportation 

State Board of Charities 

State Board of Charities, 
agents 

State Veterinarian 

Mrs, Morton's allowance 



1906 




1850 


00 


30,000 


00 


2,500 


00 


1,800 


00 


600 


00 


1,200 


00 


2,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


36,000 


00 


720 


00 


2,160 


00 


27,100 


00 


161,500 


00 


29,000 


00 


15,000 


00 


1,200 


00 


7,500 


00 


800 


00 


4,000 


00 


1,000 


00 


600 


00 


8,000 


00 


8,000 


00 


3,000 
1.200 


00 
00 



1907. 

- $850 00 

30,000 00 

2,500 00 

1,800 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

36,000 00 

720 00 

2,160 00 

27,100 00 

161,500 00 

29,000 00 

15,000 00 

1,200 00 

7,500 00 

800 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

8,000 00 

8,000 00 

3,000 00 

1,200 00 



29 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For State Board Forestry, secre- 
tary's salary 

State Board Forestry, commis- 
sioners salary and expenses 

State Board Forestry, office 
expen ses 

State Board Forestry, reserva- 
tion expenses 

State Board Forestry, clerk's 
salary 

State Agricultural Society.... 

Public Printing 

Purdue University, county in 
stitutes . 

State ISTormal, board of vis 
itors 

State Dairymen's Association 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Mon 
ument 

Soldiers' Home, Lafayette, 
maintenance 

Soldiers' Home, Lafay e 1 1 e , 
Command ant's salary 

Soldiers' Home, Lafay e 1 1 e , 
Adj utant's salary 

Central Hospital for Insane, 
maintenance 

Central Hospital Insane, cloth- 
ing .-•• 

Nortliern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Nortliern Hospital Ins a n e , 
clothing 

Eastern Hospital Insane, main- 
tenance ■-• 

Eastern Hospital Insane, cloth- 
ing 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
clothing 

Institution for Blind, mainte 
nance 

Institution for Blind, library. 



1906. 

$1,800 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 

600 00 
10,000 00 
60,000 00 

10,000 00 

250 00 
500 00 

12,000 00 

100,000 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

305,000 00 

14,000 00 

133,000 00 

6,000 00 

112,000 00 

5,000^ 00 

100,000 00 

4,000 00 

33,000 00 
500 00 



1907. 

$1,800 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

3,000 00 

600 00 
10,000 00 
60,000 00 

10,000 00 

250 00 
500 00 

12,000 00 

100,000 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

310,000 00 

14,000 00 

135,000 00 

6,000 00 

115,000 00 

5,000 00 

100,000 00 

4,000 00 

33,000 00 
500 00 



30 



ESTIMATED DISBUESEMENTS— Continued. 



For Institution for Blind, work- 
shops, etc 

Institution for Deaf and 
Dumb, maintenance 

Institution for Deaf and 
Dumb, industrial depart- 
ment 

Institution for Deaf and 
Dumb, clothing 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans 
Home, maintenance 

Purdue University, mainte- 
nance, etc 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, library and insurance 

School Feeble-Minded Youth, 
maintenance 

State Prison, maintenance 

State Prison, paroled prisoners 

State Prison, discharged pris- 
oners 

Indiana Reformatory, main- 
tenance 

Indiana Reformatory, paroled 
and discharged prisoners 



Indiana Reformatory, school 

School for Boys, maintenance.. 

School for Girls and Woman's 
Prison, maintenance 

Interest New State House 
bonds 

Interest Temporary Loan bonds 

Interest School Fund Refund- 
ing bonds 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground 

Interest Indiana University 
bonds , 

Interest Purdue University 
bonds 

Legislative expenses 

Election ballots and expenses.. 

Indiana Militia 

Labor Commission 

Board Pardons, salary 



1 



1906. 

$2,500 00 
70,000 00 

4,500 00 

3,000 00 

100,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,000 00 

125,000 00 

105,000 00 

7,000 00 

4,000 00 

120,000 00 

13,500 00 

1,500 00 

70,000 00 

40,000 00 



} 40,000 00 



300 00 

7,200 00 

17,000 00 



75,000 00 

5,000 00 

900 00 



1907. 

12,500 00 
70,000 00 

4,500 00 

3,000 00 

100,000 00 

6,000 00 

1,000 00 

125,000 00 

105,000 00 

7,000 00 

4,000 00 

120,000 00 

13,500 00 

1,500 00 

70,000 00 

40,000 00 

30,000 00 

300 00 

7,200 00 

17,000 00 

120,000 00 

30,000 00 

75,000 00 

5,000 00 

900 00 



31 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



For Board Pardons, stenographer 
and clerk , 

Department Inspection, salaries 

Department Inspection, travel- 
ing expenses 

Department Inspection, office 
expenses 

Horticultural Society 

Supervisor Oil Inspection, sal- 
ary 

Supervisor Oil Inspection, ex- 
penses 

Totals 



1906. 



$900 00 
7,900 00 


$900 00 
7,900 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


400 00 
1,500 00 


400 00 
. 1,500 00 


2,500 00 


2,500 00 


600 00 


600 00 


$2,364,630 00 


$2,514,600 00 



1907. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 



STATEMENT 

Showing Condensed Exhihit of the Balance in the State Treasury 
by Funds at the Beginning of the Fiscal Year, November 1, 
1903, also the Am.ounts Received and Disbursed from, the 
Several Funds During the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 
IQOIf-, and the Bala.nce on Hand on Such Date. 



Balance in treasury Oct 31, 1903 .. 

General Fund 

School Revenue 

College Fund, principal 

College Fund, interest , 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 

principal -.. 

Sales University and College Fund 

Lands 

Sales of Lands, Common School 

Fund 

Unclaimed Estates 

Common School Fund 

Swamp Land Fund. 

Excess Bids Sinking Fund 

"Surplus Revenue Fund 

Escheated Estates 

Sinking Fund 

Total 



1102,798 48 

38,570 33 

77,243 00 

35 95 

23,036 36 

170 00 

9,246 37 

33,835 85 

5,732 70 

13,626 55 

1,933 25 

500 00 

1,189 26 

467 78 



$308,385 88 



308,385 88 



(32) 



BcreijJts hij Faii'Is Daring Fiscal Ycai- Ending OcUlicr SI, IdOIf. 



Qeiieral Fund 


§4,487,646 

2,492,646 

6,7.^1 

3.103 

119.504 

29.482 
730,681 
438,400 
329,621 

594 

75 

6,851 


82 
75 
(10 
32 

99 

01 

7(3 
64 
39 

75 

00 

08 


18,645 


,389 




School Revenue for Tuition .. 

Colle2,"e Fund, princiital 




CollGo;e Fund, interest 




I'ermanent Endowment Fund, prin- 
cipal 




l^ermanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest. 




Benevolent Institution Fund. 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Educational Institution Fund 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund 

Indiana University Lands 

Sales Universit}' and College Fund 

Lands 




Unclaimed Estates 








TMal 


1251,734 
1,166,322 

855,281 


33 

5^ 


51 


Less School Fund rea])portionment 
Less transfer warrants 




Less advance payments, same as 
disbursements 


71 


2,273 


338 




Total 






56 






Net receii)ts 


16,372 


050 


95 



3— Aud. of State. 



34 



Disbursements 6/y Funds During Fiscal Year Ending 
Ortoher 3.1, 190.'^. 



General Fund 

School Revenue for Tuition 

College Fund, principal 

College Fund, interest 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 
principal 

Permanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest 

Benevolent Institution Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Educational Institution Fund 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund 
Lands 

Unclaimed Estates 

Sales College Fund Lands 

Sales Common School Fund Lands. 



34,529,848 

2,502,478 
9,350 

2,587 



Total...... .^ 

Less transfer from Benevolent In- 
stitution andState Debt Sinking 

Funds to General Fund 

Less School Fund reapportionment 

Less advance payments, same as 

receipts 



Total. 



Net disbursements. 



37 
90 
00 
92 



119,127 15 



27,498 
728,958 
437,364 
329,048 

58 
657 

57 
. 6 



08 
13 
39 
02 

50 
03 
00 
00 



L,166,322 52 
251,734 33 

855,281 71 



5,687,035 05 



2,273,338 56 



6,413,696 49 



35 



REOAPITULATIOX. 



Balance in treasury Oct. 31, 1903... 
Net cash receipts 

Total -.. 

Xet cash disbursements 

Balance in treasury Oct. 31, 1904 .. 

General Fund 

ScViool Revenue 

College Fund, principal 

College Fund, interest 

Permanent Endowment Fund, prin- 
cipal 

Sales University and College Fund 
Lands 

Sales of Lands, Common School 
Fund 

Unclaimed Estates 

Common School Fund 

Swamp Land Fund 

Excess Bids Sinking Fund 

Surplus Revenue Fund 

Escheated Estates 

Sinking Fund 

Permanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest 

Benevolent Institution Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

Educational Institution Fund 

Sales Permanent Endowment Fund 
Lands 

Total Balance in treasurv Oc 
tober 31, 1904 \ 



§308,385 88 
6,372,050 95 



$60,601 93 

28,738 12 

74,674 00 

551 35 

23,414 20 

188 00 

9,240 37 

40,029 90 

5,732 70 

13,626 55 

1,933 25 

500 00 

1,189 26 

467 78 

1,983 43 

1,723 63 

1,036 25 

573 37 

536 29 



^6,680,436 83 
6,413,696 49 



$266,740 34 



266,740 B4 



36 



STATEMENT 



Shrnriiig the Bcceipfs to and iJlsljurseinents /rom State Treasury 
1)1/ Funds and Afrounts foi- the Fiscal Year Ending Octether 
SI, 190/^. 

RECEIPTS. 



(ileneral Fund. 

Indiana Militia 

Secretary of State, sales Supreme 

and Appellate Court reports 

Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, local and foreign 

Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, foreign 

Secretary of State, miscellaneous 

fees y 

Auditor of State, insurance fees 

and taxes and other items 

Attorney-General, collections 

Clerk Supreme Court, Supreme 

Court fees 

Clerk Supreme Court, Appellate 

Court fees 

Board of State Charities, agents.... 
State Board Medical Registration 

and Examination. 

State Board riiarmacy •..••••• 

Fish and Game Protective Fund... 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 

earnings 

Engineer State House, heating 

Engineer, receipts 

Supervisor Oil Inspection, receipts 

Indiana Militia, active service 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

office 

Superintendent Puldic Instruction, 

certificates , . 

Transportation Tax 

Custodian, miscellaneous receipts.. 
I*urdue University, U. S. a]>pro 

priation 

State Bevenue, current taxes 

State Bevenue, delinquent taxes... 



§693 


92 


8,604 


00 


88,521 


74 


5,002 


81 


5,1 31 


10 


349,865 
3,917 


28 
98 


2,658 


10 


3,843 
350 


58 
00 


6,700 

389 

12,862 


00 
50 
04 


7,993 

• 3J9 

5 

31,904 

30 


60 
40 
00 
12 

56 


202 


38 


105 

3,441 

15 


00 
59 
75 


25,000 

,396,745 

39,649 


00 
28 
06 



37 



EEOEIPrS-Continued. 



Docket Fees, Circuit Coui-t 

Advance payments by counties 

Vessel tonnage 

Central Hospital for Insane, earn- 
ings : ; • ••• 

Central Hospital tor Insane, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
earnings..., 

ISTorthern Hospital for Insane, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, earn- 
ings 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Southern Hospital for Insane, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Southern Hospital for Insane, earn- 
ings 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 
earnings 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 
receipts from counties 

Institution for the Blind, earnings 

School for Feeble-Minded, earnings 

Boys School, maintenance 

Deaf and Dumb Commission, sale 
of lands 

State Prison, maintenance 

State Soldiers' Home, receipts 

State Soldiers' Home, Government 
aid 

Reform School for Boys, receipts 
from counties. 

Reform School for Boys, support 
U. S. prisoners 

Reform School for Boys, receipts... 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, receipts from 
counties 

Industrial .School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, receipts and 
earnings 

Indiana State Prison, earnings 

Indiana Reformatorv, earnings 



111,740 88 

1,010,021 71 

684 71 

2,271 18 

12,294 60 

196 50 

4,241 m 

119 17 

3,012 76 

2,633 46 

113 66 

878 16 

1,302 91 

• 358 27 
5,104 84 
3,000 00 

54,056 66 

1,559 88 

92 33 

28,262 10 

34,050 63 

23 67 
140 67 

18,606 16 



1,392 33 
52,078 04 
79,115 25 



38 



KECEIPTS-Continued. 



Transfer warrants from Benevo- 
lent Institution Fund 

Transfer warrants from State DeV»t 
Sinking Fund 

Total receipts to General Fund 
Less advance payments 

Net receipts to General Fund.. 



Summary. 

TAXATION. 



State Revenue 

Benevolent Institution Fund trans- 
fer 

State Debt Sinking Fund transfer.. 

Total 



^728,958 13 
437,364 39 



11,436,394 34 



728,958 13 
437,364 39 



COLLECTIONS BY OFFICERS. 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 

office expense 

Custodian, miscellaneous receipts.. 
Superintendent Public Instruction, 

certificates 

Secretary of State, sales Supreme 

and Appellate Court Reports 

Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, local and foreign 

Secretary of State, incorporation 

fees, foreign 

Secretary of State, miscellaneous 

fees 

Auditor of State, insurance fees 

and taxes, etc 

Attorney-General, collections .... 
Clerk Supreme Court, Supreme 

Court fees 

Clerk Supreme Court, Appellate 

Court fees 

Fish and Game Protective Fund 



$202 
15 


38 
75 


105 


00 


8,604 


00 


88,521 


74 


5,002 


81 


5,131 


10 


349,865 
3,917 


28 
98 



$4,487,646 82 
855,281 71 



$3,632,365 11 



2,658 10 

3,843 58 

12,862 04 



2,602,716 86 



KECEIPTS-Continued. 



Circuit Court docket fees 


111,740 
31,904 


88 
12 




Supervisor Oil Inspection 










Total 


S2,271 18 
196 50 
119 17 
113. 66 
878 16 
858 27 
5,104 84 
92 33 


$524,374 76 


BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 

Earninf/s. 
Central Hosi)ital for Insane 


Northern Hospital for Insane 




Easteru Hospital for Insane 




Southern Hospital for Insane. 




Institution for the Deaf and J) 
Institution for the I>lind 


umb 




School for Feeble-Minded 




State Soldiers' Home 










Total 


.$140 

1,392 

52,078 
79,115 


67 

33 

04 

25 


9,134 11 


* 

PENAL INSTITUTIONS. 

Earn'mgs. 
Reform School for Boys.... 


Industrial School for Girls 
^Voman's Prison 


and 




Indiana State Prison 




Indiana Reformatorv 










Total 


S23 


67 


132,726 29 


Support U. S. Pr/'.snner.^. 
Reform School for Bovs 




1/ 






Total 


$12,294 
4,241 
3,012 
2,633 
1,302 


60 
98 
76 
46 
91 


23 67 


RECEIPTS FROM COUNTIES — CLOTHINO. 

Central Hospital for Insane 




I^orthern Hosyutal for Insane 




Eastern Hospital for Insane. 








Institution for the Deaf and Dumb. 





40 



EEOEIPTS-Continued. 



Reform School for Boys 

Industrial- School for Girls 
Woman's Prison 



and 



Total. 



BUREAUS AND DEPARTMENTS. 

State Board of Medical Begistra 

tion and Examination 

State Board of Pharmaiv 



34,050 63 
18,(306 16 



Total. 




MONEYS REFUNDED TO ACCOUNTS. 

Board of State Charities, agents. 

Engineer, heating ■.. 

Indiana Militia 

Indiana Militia, active service .... 

Boys' School, maintenance 

Indiana Prison, maintenance 

Engineer State House, receipts...., 



Total. 



GOVERNMENT AID TO STATE 
INSTITUTIONS. 



Purdne Universit3\ .. 
State Soldiers" Home 



Total. 



MISCELLANEOUS. " 

Deaf and Dumb Commission, sale 
of lands 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, 
earnings 



$350 00 

339 40 

1693 92 

30 56 

3,000 00 

1,569 88 

5 00 



^25,000 00 
28,262 10 



554,050 6i] 
7,993 60 



176,142 50 



7,089 50 



5,978 76 



53,262 10 



41 



RECEIPTS -Continued. 



^''^gggg] toniii'io'9 


§684 71 
3,441 59 


$66,176 
1,010,021 




TrtuiS] )ortatioii tax 








Total 




56 


Advance payment l)y counties 


$1,010,021 71 




Total."...... 




71 


School Revenue for Tuition. 






Current tax 


11,708,317 21 

49,041 32 

478.260 05 

1,182 47 

250,723 40 

496 58 

- 4,625 72 


2,492,646 








Interest 

Unclaimed fees 




School revenue apportionment 

State Board of Embalraers 




Attorney-General's collections 




Total 


' 


75 


College Fund, Principal. 




College Fund, principal 


S6,781 00 


6,781 


- 


Total 




00 


CoUt^ge Fund, Interest. 


- 






College Fund, interest 


S3,103 -32 


3,103 




Total 




32 


Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Principal. 




Permanent Endowment Fund, 
princi])al 


$119,504 99 


119,504 








■ Total 




99 



42 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Interest. 

Permanent Endowment Fund, in- 
terest, by borrowers and by coun- 
ties 



Total 

Benevolent Institntion Fnnd. 

Current tax , 

Delinquent tax 

Attorney-General's collections . . . . 



Total 

State Debt Sinking Fnnd. 

Current tax 

Delinquent tax 

Attorney-General's collections. 



Total 

Educational Institution Fund. 



Current tax 

Delinquent tax 

Attorney-General's collections, 



Totn 



Sales Permanent Endowment 
Fund, Indiana Univer- 
sity Lands. 



Sales of lands. 
Total 



Sales University and College Fund 
Lands. 

Sales of lands 

Total 



129:482 01 



$712,454 00 

16,504 13 

1,723 63 



!|427,461 91 
9,902 48 
1,036 25 



523,526 92 

5,521 10 

573 37 



$594 75 



175 00 



$29,482 01 



730,681 76 



438,400 64 



329,621 39 



594 75 



75 00 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



Unclaimed estates. 
Total 



Grand total of receipts for year 

ending Oct. 31, 1904 \ 

Less school fund reapportionment.. 

Less transfer warrants 

Less advance payments 



Total.., 



§6,851 08 



$250,723 40 
1,166,322 52 
1,010,021 71 



$6,851 08 



,645,389 51 



2,427,867 63 



Net receipts, 1904 . . . .$6,218,321 88 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



General Fund. 

Governor, salary 

Governor, secretary's salary 

Governor, clerk's salary 

Governor, messenger's salarj^ 

Governor, office expenses 

Governor, civil and military contin 
gent fund 

Governor, house rent 

Governor, contingent fund for in- 
stitutions 

Adjutant-(Teneral, salary 

Adjutant-General, clerk's salary... 

Adjutant-General, stenographer's 
salary 

Quartermaster-General, salary 

Indiana Militia 

Indiana Militia, active service 

Lieutenant-Governor, salary 

Secretary of State, salary 

Secretary of State, deputy's salary. 

Secretary of State, clerk's salary... 

Secretary of State, stenographer's 
salarv 



S5,000 
2,400 


00 
00 


1,000 
1,000 


00 
00 


936 


69 


735 


14 


1,800 


00 


5,267 


33 


2,250 


00 


900 


00 


590 


00 


1,200 


00 


64,893 
771 


79 
30 


1,000 


00 


6,500 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,000 


00 


600 


00 



44 



DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



Secretary of State, additional ste- 
nographer's salary 

Secretary of State, office expense... 

Secretary of State, distribution of 
public documents 

Secretary of State, distribution of 
Supreme and Appellate Court 
reports ,. 

Clerk Printing Bureau, salary 

Public printing, advertising and 
stationery 

Election ballots 

Auditor of State, salary 

Auditor of State, deputy's salary .. 

Auditor of State, clerk's salary 

Auditor of State, insurance clerk's 
salary 

Auditor of State, insurance actu- 
ary 

Auditor of State, insurance dep- 
uty clerk's salary 

Auditor of State, land clerk's 
salary 

Auditor of State, stenographer's 
salary 

Auditor of State, office expense ... 

Treasurer of State, salary 

Treasurer of State, deputy's salary 

Treasurer of State, clerk's salary... 

Treasurer of State, office expense.. 

Attorney-General, salary 

Attorney-General, assistant's salary 

Attorney-General, deputy's salary.. 

Attorney-General, traveling dep- 
uty's salary 

Attorney-General, stenographer's 
salary 

Public printing, etc., special type... 

Secretary of State, foreign corpo- 
ration fund. 

St. Louis Exposition 

Attorney-General, second assistant 
deputy's salary 

Attorney-General, assistant stenog- 
rapher's salary........ 



1600 m 


495 


52 


179 


59 


459 


76 


1,500 


00 


57,343 


83 


147 


00 


7,500 


00 


2,500 


00 


1,200 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,833 


33 


1,000 


00 


1,800 


00 


720 


00 


1,200 


00 


6,500 


00 


2,000 


00 


720 


00 


300 


00 


7,500 


00 


2,400 


00 


2,000 


00 


2,400 


00 


900 


00 


146 


00 


2,000 


00 


112,866 


86 


1,800 


00 


720 


00 



45 



DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



Attorney-General, traveling ex- 
pense 

Attoi'ney-General, office expense... 

Attorney-General, law books 

Attorney-General, specific, escheat- 
ed estates 

Attorney-General, specific, Meyer 
vs. Wehling 

Clerk Supreme Court, salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, deputy's 
sal ary 

Clerk Supreme Court, assistant 
deputy's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, stenogra- 
pher's salary, — — .... 

Clerk Supreme Court, record 
clerk's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court, office ex- 
pense and furniture 

Reporter Supreme Court, salary.... 

lieporter Supreme Court, deputy's 
salary 

Reporter Suj)reme Court, clerk's 
salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, stenog 
rapher's salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, office ex 
pen se 

Supreme Court Judges, salaries.... 

Supreme Court Judges, stenogra- 
phers 

Supreme Court, librarian's salary 

Supreme Court, sherifiT's salary 

Supreme Court, messenger's salary 

Supreme Court, Law Library 

Supreme Court, Chambers 

Appellate Court Judges, salaries... 

Appellate Court Judges, stenogra- 
phers 

Appellate Court Judges, messenger 

Appellate Court, expense 

Superior Court Judges, salaries 

Circuit Court Judges, salaries 

Prosecuting Attorneys, salaries 

Sherift's' mileage. . ..,,,, , 



11,852 
750 


45 
00 


188 


90 


508 


45 


1,740 


05 


5,000 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,2(J0 


00 


900 


00 


750 


00 


863 


06 


5,000 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,000 


00 


720 


00 


90 


00 


30,000 


00 


2,263 


15 


1,800 
600 


00 
00 


1,200 


00 


1,999 

2,000 

36,000 


53 

00 
00 


2,160 


00 


672 


00 


1,570 


73 


27,100 


00 


61,055 


61 


28,952 
12.118 


82 
07 



46 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Superintendent Public Instruction, 
sal ary , 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
deputy's salary , 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
clerk's salary , 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
stenographer's salary 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
traveling expenses 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
office expenses 

State Board of Education 

Board of School Book' Commis- 
sioners 

State Librarian, salary 

State Library, books and binding 

State Library, distribution public 
documents and office expense 

State Library, janitor's salary 

Public Library Commission 

Board of Health, secretary's salary 

Board of IIealtli,chief clerk's salary 

Board of Health, expense 

State Librarian, temporary help... 

State Librarian, compiling manual 

State Board of Charities, expense... 

State Board of Charities, agents 

State Board of Forestry, expense .. 

State Board of Forestry, secretary 

State Board of Agriculture 

State Board of Medical Registra- 
tion and Examination 

State Board of Pharmacy 

State Librarian, rebinding 

State Liln-arian, cataloguer's salary 

State Lilu'arian, assistant and ste- 
nographer 

State Board Forestry, commission- 
ers' salaries 

State Board Forestry, clerk's sal- 
ary 

State Board Forestry, reservation 
expense 

State Librarian, reference libra- 
ria n's salar v 



$3,000 


S 
00 


1,500 


00 


1,200 


00 


720 


00 


600 


00 


1,202 


38 


3,915 


56 


2,188 


85 


1,800 


00 


2,999 


59 


1,200 


00 


720 


00 


6,997 


29 


2,400 


00 


1,000 


00 


9,957 


59 


300 


00 


2,714 92 


7,634 04 


7,943 


92 


999 


52 


1,800 


00 


10,000 


00 


7,038 05 


2,327 


97 


587 40 1 


1,100 


00 


900 


00 


467 


57 


600 


00 


3,000 


00 


1,100 


00 



47 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



State Board of Tax Commissioners 

State Tax Commissioners, salaries 

State Tax Commissioners, expense 

Bureau of Statistics, chief's salary 

Bureau of Statistics, deputy's salary 

Bureau of Statistics, clerks 

Bureau of Statistics, agents 

Bureau of Statistics, oflice expense 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 
Game, salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 
Game, expense 

Department of Inspection, office 
expense ..... 

Department of Inspection, chief's 
salary 

Department of Inspection, stenog- 
raph er 

Department of Inspection, travel- 
ing expense 

State Board Audit, Yandalia case 

Fish and Game Commissioner, trav- 
eling expense 

Academy of Science 

State Geologist, file cases 

State Geoloo;ist, custodian 

Department of Inspection, deputy's 
salary 

Department of Inspection, assist- 
ants' salary 

Labor Commission 

Mine Inspector, salary 

Mine Inspector, assistants' salaries. 

Mine Inspector, secretary's salary.. 

Mine Inspector, expense 

State Geologist, salary 

State Geologist, clerk's salary 

Department of Geology and I^at- 
ural Resources 

Supervisor Natural Gas, salary 

Supervisor Xatural Gas, expense... 

Supervisor Natural Gas, assistant.. 

State Entomologist 

Custodian State Building, salary... 

Custodian State Building,assistants 

Custodian State Building, repairs.. 



H,605 


62 


4,000 


00 


650 


12 


2,000 


00 


1 ,500 


00 


1,(300 


00 


2,400 


00 


1,886 


17 


1,200 


00 


I7,24!i 


50 


399 


80 


1,800 


00 


(300 


00 


2,886 


98 


4,024 


41 


798 


22 


520 


25 


550 


00 


(300 


00 



1,500 00 

4,000 00 
4,427 (39 
1,800 00 
2,400 00 

600 00 
8,745 55 
2,500 00 

780 00 

8,800 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
999 99 
1,500 00 
15,860 00 
5,000 00 



48 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Shilob Battle Field Commission.... 

Codification Commission, Commis- 
sioners' salaries 

Codification ^ Commission, stenog- 
rapher 

Codification Commission, clerks 
salary , 

Codification Commission, expense.. 

State Board Pardons, salaries 

State Board Pardons, clerk 

State Board Pardons, expense 

Engineers, repairs on tank 

VicksbnrgMonnment Commission 

Pio^-eon Roost Monnment Commis 



sion, 



Snpervisor Gil Inspection, salary .. 

Supervisor Inspection of Oil, ex 
peuse 

Custodian State Building, illumi- 
nating 

Engineer State Building, salary.. 

Engineer State Building, assistants 

Engineer^ State Building, repairs... 

Engineer State Building, heat 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground 

Lucinda M. Morton 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument... 

Purdue University, U. S. a|)pro- 
priation 

Premium on bonds 

Purdue University, County Insti- 
tutes : 

Purdue University, maintenance, 
equipmentand instru-ction School 
Agriculture , 

Purdue University, interest on 
bonds 

State Normal School, Board of Vis- 
itors 

Indiana University, interest on 
bonds.... 

Indiana University, extension heat- 
ing plant 

Indiana University, new power 
plant 

State Veterinarian, assistants. 



12,702 02 
8,000 00 
1,783 40 

2.499 90 
167 35 
900 00 

80 00 
237 02 

64 00 
284 02 

2,000 00 

2.500 00 

598 50 

3,495 18 
J, 500 00 
5,220 -00 
1,999 55 
7,339 40 
300 00 
1,200 00 
12,000 00 

25,000 00 
8,242 11 

10,000 00 

6,000 00 

17,000 00 

260 40 

7,200 00 

1,866 71 

20,000 00 
479 50 



49 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



State Veterinarian, supplies 

State Veterinarian, salary 

State Veterinarian, expense 

State Dairymen's Association....... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monnment, 
special 

State Horticultural Society 

Custodian, water and ice 

Custodian, flag fund 

Purdue Universit3^ power and heat- 
ing plant 

Interest public debt 

Payment on bonds 

Horticultural Society, wire fence... 

Indiana University, street improve- 
ments 

Indiana University, Science Hall 
furniture 

State Revenue, current taxes 

Advance payment by counties 

Central Hospital for Insane, main- 
tenance 

Central Hospital for Insane, cloth- 
ing 

Central Hospital for Insane, repairs 

Central Hospital for Insane, laun- 
dry :•••• 

Central Hospital for Insane, paint- 
ing 

Central Hospital for Insane, spe- 
cific, boiler plant 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
maintenance 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
repairs 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
clothing 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, automatic stoker 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, bakery 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, coal shed 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, store room 

4— Aud. of State. 



$112 

1,200 

213 

500 


61 
00 
94 
00 


302 
1,500 

2,800 
150 


70 

00 
00 
00 


53,449 

57,223 

534,000 

245 


93 
39 
00 

83 


2,435 


68 


3,897 

100 

080,381 


00 
00 
71 


290,957 


88 


13,380 

19,802 


07 
71 


5,036 


70 


4,771 


85 


38,382 


45 


132,700 


49 


4,992 


97 


5,613 


76 


3,000 


00 


1,561 


46 


356 


19 


905 


63 



50 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Northern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, dining room 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, laundry 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, workshop 

Northern Hospital for Insane, 

refrigerator apparatus 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

maintenance 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

repairs 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

clothing. 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, dining room 

Northern Insane Asylum, farm 



buildings. 



Northern Insane Asylum, tile 

fioor 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, sewer and plumbing 

Eastern Hospital for Insane, 

specific, work shop 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 

maintenance 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 

repairs 

Southern Hospital for Insane, 



clothing. 



Southern Hospital for Insane, 
specific, painting... 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 
maintenance 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 



repairs 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, 
industries 

Commission for the Deaf and 
Dumb 

Commission for the Deaf and 
Dumb, sale of land 

Institution for the Blind, mainte- 
nance •• 

Institution for the Blind, repairs... 

Institution for the Blind, library... 



$271 44 

1,144 49 

811 44 

3,258 22 

111,663 88 

■ 4,984 18 

4,348 96 

100 52 

3,715 58 

999 98 

6,220 31 

- 1,497 01 

99,513 67 

3,985 99 

3,807 42 

167 06 

68,611 30 

999 00 

3,836 52 

3,259 20 

50,508 -33 

31,999 32 

2,499 60 

497 73 



61 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Institution for the Blind, industries 
School for Feehle-Minded, mainte- 
nance 

School for Feeble-Minded, repairs.. 
School for Feeble-Minded, speciiic, 

painting 

School for Feeble-Minded, specific, 

coal house '. — 

School for Feeble-Minded, dynamo 

and engine 

School for Feeble-^SIinded, specific, 

store house 

Southern Insane x\syluni, laundry, 

etc 

Southern Insane Asylum, dynamo 

and engine 

Southern Insane Asylum, tile fioor 
Institution for the Blind, girls' dor 

mitory 

State Soldiers' Home, roadwa}', etc. 

State Soldiers' Home, walks 

School for Feeble-Minded, specific, 

coal 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans" 

Home, mahitenance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 

Home, repairs 

Soldiers' and Sailors" Orphans' 

Home, librar}' 

Soldiers' and Sailors" Orphans" 

Home, insurance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Or[»hans' 

Home, manual training 

Soldiers' and Sailors" Orphans' 

Home, specific, coal house. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 

Home, tile ih^or 

Soldiers" and Sailors' Orphans' 

Home, specific, cold storage 

State Soldiers' Home, maintenance 
State Soldiers' Home, Command- 
ant's salar3^ 

Institution for the Blind, pipe organ 
School for Feeble-Minded, heatjng 

custodial cottairc for srirls ... 



12,499 16 

120,213 74 

4.998 68 

121 63 

1,182 82 

2,098-99 

4,000 00 

9,973 37 

3,897 06 
1,000 00 

42,438 {56 
15,000 00 

2.999 92 

1,393 89 

95,000 00 

7,000 00 

300 00 

700 00 

5,760 00 

1,776 34 

1,250 00 

137 42 

96,622 45 

1,200 00 
3,000 00 

1,910 71 



52 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



School for Feeble-Minded, air com- 
pressor 

School for Feeble-Minded, addi- 
tion to boiler house 

State Soldiers' Home, Adjutant's 
salary 

State Soldiers' Home, heating plant 

State Soldiers' Home, repairs 

Reform School for Boys, mainte- 
nance 

Reform School for Boys, repairs... 

Reform School for Boys, specific. 
Cottage No. 1 

Reform School for Boys, specific, 
hospital 

Reform School for Boys, specific, 
store room 

Reform School for Boys, specific, 
i ron beds 

Reform School for Boys, specific, 
generator 

School Feeble-Minded, fire protec- 
tion 

School Feeble-Minded, agent's fund 

Soldiers" and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, new fioor, dining room... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' 
Home, furnishings 

Boys' School, printing press 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, maintenance... 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, library 

Industrial School for Girls and 
Woman's Prison, repairs 

Industrial School for Girls and 
AVoman's Prison, discharge al- 
lowance 

Industrial School for Girls 

Indiana Prison, streets and grounds 

Indiana Prison, roof and paint 

Indiana Prison, maintenance 

Indiana Prison, repairs 

Indiana Prison, paroled prisoners 
and supervision of same 



11,317 


49 


1,492 


84 


900 

13,861 

719 


00 
50 
47 


68,000 
5,000 


00 
00 


816 


10 


4,778 


49 


4,698 


30 


2,500 


00 


1,000 


00 


7,000 

880 


00 
05. 


400 


00 


1,500 
791 


00 
50 


37,325 


79 


298 


65 


2,176 


86 


382 

2,224 

743 

441 

101,559 

5,000 


55 
95 
53 
54 

88 
00 


6,000 


00 



DrSBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Indiana Prison, trades and indus- 
tries 

Indiana Prison, cold storage 

Indiana Prison, new flooring 

Indiana State Prison, discharged 
prisoners 

Indiana State Prison, criminal in- 
sane 

Indiana State Prison, library 

Indiana Reformatory, maintenance 

Indiana Reformatory, repairs 

Indiana Reformatory, library 

Indiana Reformatory, school 

Indiana Reformatory, paroled pris- 
oners .,'. 

Indiana Reformatory, transfer pris- 
oners 

Indiana Reformatory, trade school. 

Indiana Reformatory, water closets 

Indiana Reformatory, replacing 
roofs 

Indiana Reformatory, snyiervision 
paroled men 

Indiana Prison, drain tile 

Indiana Prison, sewer pipe 

Indiana Reformatory, photo- 
graphic outfit 

Indiana Reformatory, addition to 
power pi ant 

Indiana Reformatory, paving street 

Prison Reform Board, expenses 

Prison Reform Board, stenogra- 
pher 

Prison Reform Board, salary 

Summary. 

Executive , 

Indiana Soldiers 

Public printing, advertising and 

stationery 

Election ballots 

Judiciary 

Educational 

Bureaus and departments 

State House 



$1,378 32 


4,475 


10 


- 1,000 


00 


3,768 


30 


1,799 


94 


500 


00 


116,308 


85 


4,999 


69 


485 


19 


1,489 


22 


12,652 


27 


622 


95 


4,846 


30 


49 


89 


729 


72 


2,985 


71 


• 499 


91 


999 


95 


124 


52 


3,499 


31 


1,983 


91 


483 


05 


7 


00 


450 


00 


86,254 


21 


70,105 


09 


57,343 


83 


146 


00 


338,614 


97 


161,346 


51 


163,624 


97 


44,427 


90 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Mivsce-llaneous 

Interest on State debt . . . 

]^aynient State debt 

Advance payments 

]>enevolent institutions. 
Penal i nstitution s 



1203,871 66 

57,223 39 

534,000 00 

1,080,481 71 

1,324,571 97 

407,831 1(3 



Tctal $4,529,843 37 



School K even lie tor Tuition. 

School Kevenne apportionments, 
Janu ary and May . . . . . 


12,502,478 


96 


12,502,478 
9,359 
2,587 

119,127 

27,498 




Total.... 


19,350 


00 


96 


College Fund, Principal. 

New loans made and transfers 




Total 


12,587 


92 


00 


College Fund, Interest. 

Professors' salaries and refunded... 




Total 


1119,127 


15 


92 


Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Principal. 

A])portionment of funds to counties 




Total 


$27,498 


58 


15 


Permanent Endowment Fnnd, 
Interest. 

Professors' salaries 




' Total ..„.., 






58 



55 



DISBUJRSEMENTS-Continued . 



Benevolent Institution Fund. 

Transfer to General Fund 

Total 

State De])t Sinking Fund. 
Transfer to General Fund 

Total 

Educational Institntion Fnnd. 



Indiana University , 

State jSTormal 

Purdue University 



Total, 



Sales Permanent Endowment 
Fund Lands. 



Expense sale of lands 

Total 

Sale Common School Land. 
Expense sale 

Total 

Unclaimed Estates. 
Clai ms paid 

Total 

Sales College Fund Lamls. 
Expenses 

Total 



;728,958 18 



$728,958 13 



$437,364 39 



437,364 39 



$123,470 98 

92,603 24 

112,973 81 



$58 50 



S6 00 



$657 30 



Grand total of disbursements for 
year ending October 31, 1904 



S57 00 



329,621 39 



58 50 



6 00 



657 30 



57 00 



^,687,035 05 



56 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Less transfer from Benevolent In- 
stitutions and State Debt Sink- 
ing Fund to General Fund $1,166,322 52 

Less School Fund reapportionment 250,723 40 
Less advance payment 1,010,021 71 



Total. 



12,427,067 63 



Net disbursements $6,259,967 42 



RECAPITULATION. 

Balance in treasury, Oct. 31, 1903.. 

Net receipts for year ending Oct. 

31, 1904 



Total. 



Disbursements for year ending Oct. 
31,1904 



Balance in treasury, Oct. 31, 1904. 



$512,860 57 
5,709,400 90 



5,222,261 47 



5,913,875 59 



$308,385 88 



57 



CLASSIFICATION 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 



FROM THE GENERAL FUND 



For the Fiscal Year Ending October SI, 1901^. 



GOVERNOR OF INDIANA. 

Governor's salary 


Disbu7'semenis. 

$5,000 00 
2,400 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
986 69 
735 14 
5,267 38 
1,800 00 


Receipts. 


Secretary's salary 




Clerk's salary 

Messenger's salary 

Office expense 




Civil and Military Contingent Fund 
Contingent Fund for Institutions- 
House rent 








Total 


$18,139 16 
$1,000 00 




LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR OF INDIANA. 

Lieutenant-Governor's salary 




Total 


$1,000 00 

$2,250 00 

900 00 

590 00 

1,200 00 

64,393 79 
771 80 




INDIANA MILITARY. 

A-diutant General's salarv 


^ 


Clerk's salarv 




Stenographer's salarv 




Quartermaster-General's salary 

Indiana Militia 


$698 92 


Indiana Militia, active service 


80 56 


Total 


$70,105 09 


$724 48 



68 



KEOEIPTS AND DISBUKSEMENTS— Continued. 



SECRETARY OF STATE OF INDIANA. 

Secretary of State's salary 


Disbursements. 

$6,500 00 
1,800 00 
1,000 00 

600 00 
600 00 
495 52 
179 59 

459 76 

2,000 00 

1,500 00 

147 00 

57,343 83 
146 00 


Receipts. 


Deputy's salaiy 




Clerk's salary 




*J 

Stenographer a n d Messenger's 
salary 




Additional stenographer's salar}^ ... 
Office expense 




Distribution of public documents... 
Distribution of Supreme and Ap- 
pellate Court Reports 




Sales, Supreme and Appellate Court 
Reports -. 


$8,604 00 

88,521 74 
5 002 81 


Incorporation fees. — local a n d 
foreign 


Incorporation fees — foreign 


^liscellaneous fees- 


5 131 10 


Foreign Corporation Fund 




Clerk, Printing Bureau, salary ". 




Public printing, advertising and 
stationery 




Public printino-^ special ty})e 








Total , 


$72,771 70 

17,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,200 00 

'1,800 00 
1,000 00 
1,833 33 
1,800 00. 
720 00 
1,200 00 


$107 "^59 65 


AUDITOR OF STATE OF INDIANA. 

Auditor of State's ?^alary 




Deputy's salary 




Settlement clerk's salary 

Insurance clerk's salary 




Insurance clerk deputy's salary ... 




Land clerk's salary 


'^ 


Stenographer's salary , 




Office expense 




items 


$349,865 28 




Total 


$19,553 33^ 

$112,866 86 


$349,865 28 


St. Louis Exposition 






Total ; 


$112,866 86 





69 



RE ;EIPT6 and DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



TREASURER OF STATE OF INDIANA. 



Treasurer of State's salary 

Deputy's salary 

Clerk's salary 

Office expense........ 



Total. 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL OF INDIANA. 




Attorney-Generars salary 

Assistant's salary i 

Second assistant deputy's salary... 

Deputy's salary 

Traveling deputj^'s salary 

Stenographer's salary 

Assistant stenographer's salary 

Attorney-General's traveling ex 

pense 

Office expense 

Law books... 

Collections 

Specitic,_escheated estates 

Specific, Meyer vs. Wedding .-. 



Total. 



CLERK OF THE SUPREME COURT. 

Clerk of the Supreme Court's salary 

Deputy's salary 

Assistant deputy's salary 

Stenographer's salary <■ 

Record clerk's salary 

Office expense and furniture 

Supreme Court fees 

Appellate Court fees 



Total. 



REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT. 

Reporter of Supreme Court's salary 
Deputy's salary 



19,520 00 



§7,500 00 
2,400 00 
1,800 00 
2,(100 00 
2,400 00 
900 00 
720 00 

1,852 45 
750 00 
188 90 

508 45 
1,740 05 



S22,-759 85 



^5,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

750 00 

863 06 



$10,513 06 



$5,000 00 
1,800 00 



Receipts. 



S 3,9 17 98 



$3,917 ^8 



$2,658 10 
3,843 58 



S6,501 68 



60 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Clerk's salary .. 

Stenographer's salarj- 

Office expense 

Total 

SUPREME COURT. 

Supreme Court Judges, salaries.. 

Stenographic service 

Librarian's salary 

Messenger's salary 

Sheriff's salary.. 

Law Library 

Chambers, expense 

Total 

APPELLATE COURT. 

Appellate Court Judges, salaries 

Stenographic service 

Messenger's salary 

Chambers, expense 

Total 

Superior Court Judges, salaries.. 

Total 

Circuit Court Judges, salaries.... 

Total 

Prosecutihg Attorneys, salaries .. 

Total 

Sheriifs, mileage 

Total 



Dinbursemenis. 

$1,000 00 

720 00 

90 00 



,610 00 



$30,000 00 
2,2(33 15 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
600 00 
1,999 53 
2,000 00 



$39,862 68 



$36,000 00 

2,160 00 

672 00 

],570 73 



),402 73 
$27,lt)0 00 



$27,100 00 
$161,055 61 



31,055 61 

28,952 82 



$28,952 82 
$12,118 07 



[2,118 07 



Receipts 



61 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC 
INSTRUCTION. 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
salary • 

Deputy's salary 

Clerk's salary 

Stenographer's salary 

Traveling expense 

Office expense 

Teachers' certificates 

State Board of Education. 

State Board of School Book Com- 
missioners 

Total 

STATE LIBRARIAN. 

State Librarian's salary 

Rebinding, specific 

Books and binding 

Distribution public documents and 

office expense 

Messenger's salary 

Cataloguer's salary 

Temporary help 

Assistant and Stenographer's salary 

Keference Librarian's salary 

Compiling Manual 

Total 

Public Library Commission 

Total 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 

State Board of Health, expense 

Secreta ry 's sal ary 

Chief Clerk's salary...' 

Total 



Disbursements 



^8,000 00 

1,600 00 

],200 00 

720 00 

600 00 

1,202 38 

3,915 56 

2,188 85 



,326 79 



$1,800 00 

587 40 

2,999 59 

1,200 00 

720 00 

1,100 00 

300 00 

900 00 

1,100 00 

2,714 92 



Receipts. 



,421 91 

3,997 29 



;,997 29 



!;9,957 59 
2,400 00 
1,000 00 



^13,357 59 



$202 38 
105 00 



$307 38 



62 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. 



State Board of Charities, expense 
3 Boa 

Total 



State Boaid of Charities, agent.. 



STATE BOARD OF FORESTRY. 



Secretary's salary 

Commissioners' salary 

Office expense 

Clerk's salary 

Reservation expense.... 



Total. 



State Board of Agriculture. 
, Total 



State Board of Medical Registra- 
tion and Examination 

Total 

State Board of Pharmacy 

Total 

State Board of Tax Commissioners 

Total 

State Tax Commissioners, salaries 
State Tax Commissioners, expense 

Total 



COMMISSIONER OF FISHERIES AND 

GAME. 

Commissioner of Fisheries and 

Game, salary 

Travel i n g ex pen so 



Disbursements. 



$7,634 04 
7,943 92 



5,577 96 



$1,800 00 

467 56 

999 52 

600 00 

3,000 00 



$6,867 08 
$10,000 00 



$10,000 00 



$7,038 05 



$7,038 05 
$2,327 97 



$2,327 97 
$4,605 62 



$4,605 62 

$4,000 00 
650 12 



$4,650 12 



$1,200 00 
798 22 



R'ceipts. 



$350 00 



$350 00 



5,700 00 



$6,700 00 
$389 50 



$389 50 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Expense 


Disbursements, 

-$17,249 50 


Receipts. 

$12,862 




Fish and Game Protective Fui 


id... 


04 


Total 


$19,247 

1 2,000 

- 302 


72 

OO 
70 


$12,862 
17,993 


01 


soldiers' and sailors" xMONUMENT 
COMMISSION. 

Expense 




Earnings 


60 


Special 






Total 


$12,302 
84,427 


70 
6d 


$7,993 


60 


Labor Commission. . , 










Total 


§4,427 

$2,702 


69 
02 




Shiloh Battlefield Commission 






Total... 


$2,702 
$284 


02 
02 




Vieksbnrg- ^lonnment Commis 


sion 




Total ... 


§284 

$8,000 

1,783 

2,499 

167 


02 

00 
40 
96 
35 




CODIFICATION COMMISSION. 

Commissioners' salaries , 




Stenographers, salaries , 




Clerk's salary 




Expense 










Total 


$12,450 71 

$4,024 41 




State Board Audit, Vandalia 


case 




Total 


$4,024 

$520 


41 

25 




Indiana Academy of Science 










Total 


$520 
$2,000 


25 

00 




Pigeon Roost Monument C 
mission 


om 










Total 


$2,000 


00 





04 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS- Continued. 



BUREAU OF STATISTICS. 

Chief's salary 

Deputy's salary 

Clerk's salary 

Agent's expense 

Oltiee expense. 

Total 

STATE BOARD OF PARDONS. 

State Board of Pardons, salaries... 

Clerk 

Expense 

Total 

DEPARTMENT OF INSPECTION. 

Chief's salary 

Deputy's salary 

Stenographer's salary 

Assista nts' salaries , 

Traveling expense 

Office expense 

Total 

DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND NATU- 
RAL RESOURCES. 

Expense 

State Geologist, salary 

Clerk's salary 

Custodia n 

File eases 

Total 

STATE MINE INSPECTOR. 

_State Mine Inspector's salary 

Clerk's salary 

Assistants' salaries 

Expense 

Total 



Disbursements. 

$2,000 00 
1,500 00 
1,600 00 
2,400 00 
1,886 17 



^9,386 17 



1900 


00 


80 


00 


237 


00 



$1,217 02 



11,800 00 

■ 1,500 00 

600 00 

4,000 00 

2,386 93 

399 80 



$10,686 73 



$3,800 00 

2,500 00 

780 00 

600 00 

550 00 



$8,230 00 



M,800 00 

600 00 

2,400 00 

3,754 55 



$8,554 55 



Eeceipls. 



65 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



STATE SUPERVISOR NATURAL GAS. 

State Supervisor's salary 

Expense 

Assistant's salary 

Total 

State Entomologist 

Total 

State Horticultural Society 

State Horticultural Society, wire 
fence 

Total 

State Dairymen's Association 

Total 

STATE VETERINARIAN. 

State Veterinarian's salary 

Expense 

Assistant's salary 

Supplies 

Total 

Tippecanoe Battle Ground 

Total. .^ 

STATE SUPERVISOR OIL INSPECTIOiST. 

State Supervisor's salary 

Expenses 

Receipts 

Total 

5— Aud. of State. 



Disbursements. 



11,200 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



3,200 00 
S999 99 



$999 99 

.fl,500 00 

245 8a 



$1,745 83 

$500 00 



$500 00 



$1,200 00 
213 94 
479 50 
112 61 



$2,006 05 
$300 00 



$300 00 



$2,500 00 
598 50 



$3,098 50 



Receipts. 



$31,904 12 



,904 12 



66 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



CUSTODIAN STATE BUILDING. 

Custodian's salary 

Assistants' salaries 

Repairs 

Water and ice 

Illuminating 

Miscellaneous receipts 

Specific Flag Fund 

Total 

ENGINEER STATE BUILDING. 

Engi neer's salary 

Assistants 

Repairs 

Heat 

Specific tank repairs 

Receipts 

Total 

PURDUE UNIVERSITY. 

United States appropriation 

County Institutes 

Agricultural Building, mainte- 
nance, equipment and instruction 

Interest on bonds 

Power and heating plant 

Total 

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL. 

Board of Visitors 

Total 

INDIANA UNIVERSITY. 

Interest on bonds 

Street improvements 

Furniture for Science Hall 



Disbursements. 



$1,500 00 

15,360 00 

5,000 00 

2,800 00 

3,495 18 

150 00 



128,305 18 



$1,500 00 




5,220 00 




1,999 55 




7,339 17 


$889 40 


64 00 






5 00 



-199 79 



$25,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
17,000 00 
53,449 93 



$111,449 93 



$260 40 



$260 40 



$7,200 00 
2,435 68 
8,897 00 



Receipts. 



$15 75 



$15 75 



$344 40 



$25,000 00 



$25,000 00 



6T 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



Extension heating plant 

Heating and lighting plant 



Total 

Lucinda M. Morton 

Total 



Interest New State House Loan.;^ 

Interest Temporary Loan ( 

Interest School Fund Refunding f 



Bonds 

Total 

Payment on bonds 

Total 

Premium on bonds 

Total 

STATE REVENUE. 

Current taxes.... 

Delinquent taxes... 

Docket fees 

Vessel tonnage 

Advance payments by counties 
Transportation tax 



J 



Total 

CENTRAL HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 

Maintenance 

Repairs 

Clothing 

Earnings 



Receipts from counties. 

Painting 

Boiler plant 

Laundry addition 



Disbursevients. 

$1,866 71 
20,000 00 



$35,399 39 
$1,200 00 



,200 00 



$57,223 39 



$57,223 39 
$534,000 00 



$534,000.00 
$8,242 11 



Total.. 



,242 11 



$100 00 



1,080,381 71 



.,080,481 71 



$290,957 88 
19,802 71 
13,380 07 



4,771 85 

38,382 45 
5,036 70 



Receipts 



$372,331 66 



;i,396,745 28 

396,49 06 

11,740 88 

684 71 

1,010,021 71 

3,441 59 



$2,462,283 23 



$2,271 18 
12,294 60 



$14,565 78 



68 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



NORTHERN HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



Maintenance 

Repairs , 

Clothing. . . , 

Earnings 

Automatic stoker 

Farm buildings 

Tile floor.... 

Receipts from counties 

Specific, work shop 

Specific, bakery 

Specific, coal shed 

Specific, store room 

Specific, dining room annex 

Specific, laundry annex 

Refrigerator apparatus 



Total. 



EASTERN HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



Maintenance 

Earnings 

Repairs 

Receipts from counties 

Clothing 

Specific, dining room 

Specific, sewer and plumbing. 
Work shop 



Total. 



SOUTHERN HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 



Maintenance 
Repairs 



Clothing 

Receipts from counties.... 

Specific, painting 

Laundry and equipment. 

Dynamo 

Earnings 

Tile floor 



Disbursements. 



1132,700 49 

4,992 97 

5,613 76 

3,000 00 

3,715 58 

999 98 

811 44 

1,561 46 

356 19 

905 63 

271 44 

1,144 49 

3,258 22 



Total. 



$159,331 65 

1111,663 88 

4,984 18 

4,348 96 

100 52 

6,220 31 

1,497 01 



1128,814 86- 



$99,513 67 

3,985 99 

w 3,807 42 

167 06 

9,973 37 

3,897 06 

l,OO0 00 

$122,344 57 



Receipts. 



$196 50 



4,241 98 



$4,438 48 

$119 17 
3,012 76 



$3,131 93 



$2,633 46 



113 66 



$2,747 12 



69 



KECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



INSTITUTION FOR DEAF AND DUMB. 

Maintenance 

Repairs 

Earnings 

Industries 

Receipts from counties.. 



Total. 



Commission for Deaf and Dumb... 
Sale of lands.... 



Total 

INSTITUTION FOR THE BLIND. 



Maintenance — 

Repairs 

Earnings 

Boiler stokers... 

Library 

Pipe organ 

Girls' dormitory 
Industries 



Total 

SCHOOL FOR FEEBLE-MINDED. 



Maintenance 

Repairs 

Earnings — : 

Specific, painting 

Specific, coal bouse and bins 

Specific, new laundry 

Specific, heating custodial cottage 

for girls 

Specific, air compressor 

Coal fund '. 

Boiler stoker, addition to boiler 

house 

Store house .- 

Dynamos and engines 

Eire protection 



Total. 



Disbunernents. 

^68,611 30 
999 00 

3,836 52 



§73,446 82 

13,259 20 
50,508 33 



$53,767 53 



§31,999 32 
2,499 60 



497 73 

3,000 00 

42,438 66 

2,499 16 



2,934 47 



§120,243 74 
4,978 68 

121 63 
1,182 82 



1,910 71 
1,317 49 
1,393 89 

1,492 84 
4,000 00 
2,098 99 
7,000 00 

§145,760 79 



jReceipts. 

§878 16 
1,302 91 



§2,181 07 
554,056 66 



§54,056 66 



§358 27 



;358 27 



§5,104 84 



§5,104 84 



TO 



EECEIPTS AND DI^BURSEMENTS-Continued. 



SOLDIERS AND SAILORS ORPHANS 
HOME. 



Maintenance 

Repairs 

Manual training buildi-ng 

Library 

Insurance 

Agent's fund 

Speciiic, coal house and stoker 

Cold storage .,,.... 

Tile floor, main building.. 

Floor, children's dining room. 
Furnishings 



Total 



STATE SOLDIERS HOME. 



Maintenance 

Commandant's salary 

Adjutant- General's salary 

Receipts 

Heating plant 

Specific, repairs .-. 

U. S. Government aid 

Roadway (vehicle and street car), 
Walks 



Total. 



REFORM SCHOOL FOR BOYS. 



Maintenance 

Repairs 

Receipts from counties.... 
Support U. S. prisoners.. 
Remodel Cottage No. 1.. 

Store room .. 

Receipts 

One 25 H. W. generator.. 

500 iron beds .. 

Build and equip hospital. 
Two printing presses 



Total !|87,58-t 39 



Disbursements. 



$95,000 00 

7,000 00 

5,760 00 

300 ,00 

700 00 

880 05 

1,776 34 

137 42 

1,250 00 

4,000 00 

1,500 00 



1118,303 81 



$96,622 45 

1,200 00 

900 00 

13,861 50 

719 47 

15,000 00 

2,999 92 



31,303 34 



$68,000 00 
5,000 00 



816 10 

4,698 30 

1,000 00 

2,500 00 

4,778 49 

791 50 



Receipts. 



)2 33 



28,262 10 



$28,354 43 



$3,000 00 

34,050 63 
23 67 



140 67 



$37,214 97 



71 



RECEIPrS AND DISBURSEMENTTS— Continued. 



industrial school for girls and 
woman's prison. 



Maintenance 

Receipts from counties. 

Earnings 

Repairs 

Library .- 

Discharge money 



Total 



INDIANA STATE PRISON. 



Maintenance 
Repairs. 



Earnings 



Library 

Discharged prisoners 

Paroled prisoners and supervision 

Criminal insane 

Specitic, streets and grounds. 

Roof and paint 

l^ew flooring 

Trades and industries, public ac- 
counting system 

Cold storage 

Drain tile 

SetV^er pipe 



Total. 



Industrial School for Girls. 
Total 



PRISON REFORM BOARD, 

Expenses 

Stenographer's sal ary 

Prison Reform Board, salary.. 

Total 



Disbursements. 



137,325 79 



2,176 86 

298 65 
382 55 



140,183 85 



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$18,606 16 
1,392 33 



?19,998 49 

$1,559 88 
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$53,637 92 



72 



REGEIPrS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



INDIANA REFORMAfORY. 

Maintenance 

Repairs 

Earnings . , 

Trade Schools 

Schools 

Library. 

Paroled and discharged prisoners 

Transfer of prisoners 

Water closets 

Photographic outfit 

Paving streets 

Addition to power plant 

Expense paroled men, and return 

of same 

Replacing roofs ; 

Total 



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$116,308 85 

4,999 69 

4,846 30 

1,489 22 

485 19 

12,652 27 

622 95 

2,985 71 

49 89 

124 52 

1,983 91 

3,499 31 

729 72 



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106 



Cd^LLECTION OF POLL TAX. 



Tabular Statement of the Collection of Poll Tax as Shown by May, 
1904-, Settlement Sheet. 



COUNTIES. 


State 
Revenue. 


State 

School 

Revenue. 


County. 


Another 
Purposes. 


Total. 




S945 25 

2,587 50 

836 34 

430 00 

565 75 

1,016 25 
280 75 
524 89 

1,153 50 
628 75 

1,178 00 
947 50 
288 50 
683 00 
706 50 

582 58 
1,601 00 
1,566 50 

876 25 
1,835 25 

844 75 
* 299 25 
685 00 
702 00 
652 50 

979 28 

1,241 75 

1,112 50 

771 75 

754 00 

692 33 
720 50 
910 50 
782 05 
1,098 75 

876 25 
537 10 
861 50 
475 56 
470 75 

547 43 

998 00 

1,671 00 

654 50 

1,578 50 


$945 25 

2,587 50 

836 34 

430 00 

565 75 

1,016 25 
280 75 
524 89 

1,153 50 

628 75 

1,178 00 
947 50 
288 50 
683 00 
706 50 

582 58 
1,601 00 
1,566 50 

876 25 
1,835 25 

844 75 
299 25 
685 00 
702 00 
552 50 

979 28 
1,241 75 
1,112 50 

771 75 
754 00 

692 33 
720 50 
910 50 
782 05 
1,098 75 

876 25 
537 10 
861 50 
475 56 
470 75 

547 43 

998 00 
1,671 00 

654 50 
1,578 50 




8729 75 

79 15 

970 85 

199 37 

1,213 70 

2,032 50 
234 47 
524 89 


$2,610 25 


Allen 


S5,175 00 
836 34 


18,265 62 




3,479 87 




1,059 37 


Blackford . , 


565 75 

1,016 25 

561 60 

1,049 78 

2,307 00 

628 75 

2,356 00 
947 50 

1,009 75 
683 00 
706 50 

582 58 

■■ V,566 56' 
1,752 50 


2,910 95 




5.081 25 




1,357 47 




2,624 45 




4,614 00 


Clark 


308 12 

617 37 
1,096 62 

223 20 
1,079 50 

426 98 

887 69 
2,309 75 
2,180 80 

737 88 
3,670 60 


2,194 37 


Clay 


5,329 37 




3,939 12 




1,809 95 




3,128 50 




2,546 48 




2,635 43 


Dekalb. 


5,511 75 




6,880 SO 




4,242 88 


Elkhart 


7,341 00 


Fayette 


1,689 50 


3,379 00 


Floyd . 


6 38 

1,680 00 

55 53 

122 50 

3,407 72 
1,617 75 
1,002 50 
1,453 11 
1,160 63 

808 47 
1,214 48 
1,668 50 

854 19 
1,420 60 

685 01 
117 35 
3,251 75 
475 57 
325 19 

558 08 

1,142 00 

2,732 00 

10 (0 

1,953 50 


604 88 






3,050 00 






1,459 53 


Fulton 


92 50 

1,958 56 
2,483 50 
2,225 00 
1,543 50 
1,508 00 

1,384 66 

1,441 00 

910 50 

782 05 

1,098 75 

876 25 


1,320 00 




7,324 84 


Grant 


6,584 75 




5,452 25 




4,540 11 




4,176 63 




3,577 79 




4,096 48 




4,400 00 




3,200 34 




4,716 75 




3,313 76 




1,191 55 




861 50 
475 56 
941 50 

547 43 


5,836 25 




1,902 25 




2,208 19 




2,200 37 




3,138 00 


Kosciusko 


1,671 00 


7,745 00 




1,319 00 




1,578 50 


6,689 00 



10- 



COLLECTION OF POLL TAX— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 



State 
Revenue. 



State 

School 

Revenue. 



County. 



Another 
Purposes. 



Total. 



Laporte 

Lawrence ... 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Martin. ...... 

Miami 

Monroe ,. 

Montgomery 
Morgan 

Newton 

Noble 

Ohio 

Orange 

Owen 

Parke 

Perry 

Pike 

Porter 

Posey 

Pulaski , 

Putnam 

Randolph . .. 

Ripley 

Rush 

Scott 

Shelby 

Spencer 

Starke 

Steuben 

St. Joseph . . . 

Sullivan 

Switzerland . 
Tippecanoe.. 
Tipton 

Union 

Vanderburgh 
Vermillion - . 
Vigo 

Wabash 

Warren 

Warrick 

Washington . 

Wayne 

Wells 

White 

Whitley 

Total 



SI ,285 00 

519 25 

2,388 25 

7,386 68 

754 66 

454 50 
872 69 
580 48 
838 50 
580 00 



11,125 00 

97 00 

3,3C6 37 

7,209 08 

1,281 82 

484 32 

1,466 12 

540 50 

&54 00 

260 00 




$4,980 00 

2,294 00 

10,471 12 

29,369 12 

3,545 81 

2,302 32 
4,084 19 
2,862 42 
3,369 50 
2,580 00 

859 34 
2,329 26 

405 00 
2,214 61 

2,487 86 

4,510 80 
4,056 25 
2,053 75 
2,659 05 
3,675 00 

1,529 50 
3,745 95 
4,046 00 
3,564 50 
2,900 87 

776 00 
3,870 06 
3,951 75 

814 88 
1,784 25 

9,866 50 
4,166 50 
1,183 12 
5,061 13 
3,459 50 

1,449 00 
5,486 00 
1,849 50 
5,498 00 

2,896 12 
1,647 46 
3,143 25 
3,822 61 

4,469 75 
1.727 00 
4.202 50 
4,523 35 



S83,188 12 



S98,076 84 5363,532 55 



lOS 



PUBLIC DEBT STATEMENT. 



Bclotv is Gicen a Statement Showincj the A))iounts of State Debt 
at the Close of the Fiscal Year, October SI, 1904.. 



FOREIGN DEBT. 



Five per cent. State stock certifi- 
cate, due and interest stopped.... 

Two and one-half per cent. State 
stock certificates, due and inter- 
est stopped 



Total. 



Three per cent, refunding school 
fund bonds, dated June, 1889, 
and payable at the pleasure of 
the State after June 18, 1899, 
due June 18, 1909, held as fol- 
lows : 
Dry Dock Savings Bank, New 

York 

Chas. and M. Fleishman, New 

York 

Fidelity and Casualty Co., New 

York ^. 

German Savings Bank, New York. 

Sarah J. Green, Manchester, N. H.. 

Moses Taylor Pyne, Stephen . S. 

Palmer, Trustees, 15 Exchange 

Place, Jersey City, N. J. — 

Mary Lewis ^6,000 00 

H. C. Taylor 6,000 00 

G. C. Taylor 6,000 00 

Kate W. Winthrop... 6,000 00 
Alberta Pyne 3,000 00 

U. S. Casualty Co., New York 

Geo. A. Stanton, New York 



^88,000 00 

15,000 00 

50,000 00 

32,000 00 

5,000 00 



27,000 00 
58,000 00 
30,000 00 



^3,469 99 
2,145 13 



>,615 12 



109 

FOREIGN DEBT— Continued. 



Seaman's Bank for Savings, New 
York 

Schenectady Savings Bank, Sche- 
nectady, X. Y 

Troy Savings Bank, Xew York ... 

R. Winthrop & Co.,40Wall St.,iN".Y. 

R. Winthrop & Co., Trustees 

R,. "Winthrop & Co., Trustees 

Auburn Savings Bank, Auburn, 
X. Y 

Burlington Savings Bank, Burling- 
ton, Vt 

A. B. Cross, Concord, X. H 

Fletcher K. Barrows, Brattleboro, 
Yt 

Total 



Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered funded bonds, tempo- 
rary loan, dated April 1, 1895, 
due April 1, 1915, issued under 
the provisions of an act ap- 
proved March 5, 1895, and held 
as follows : 

Moses Taylor Pyne and Stephen 
S. Palmer, Trustees, New York, 
X. Y 



Total 



Three and one-half per cent, reg- 
istered (State House) temporary 
funding loan, dated May 1, 1895, 
due May 1, 1915, issued under 
the provisions of an act ap- 
proved March 5, 1895, held as 
follows : 

Greenwich Savings Bank, of New 
York .J 

Rochester Savings Bank, Roches- 
ter, N. Y 

Franklin Savings Bank, New 
York 



S40,000 00 

50,000 00 
50,000 00 
48,000 00 
tj0,000 00 
20,000 00 

20,000 00 

17,000 00 
1,000 00 

2,000 00 




^210,000 00 
100,000^ 00 
100,000 00 



$613,000 00 



300,000 00 



110 
FORE[GN DEBT— Continued. 



Seamen's Savings Bank, New York, 
K Y. 

Port Chester Savings Bank, Port 
Chester, KY 

Total 

Total foreign debt 



30,000 00 
30,000 00 



$500,000 00 



,418,615 12 



DOMESTIC DEBT. 



REFUNDED. 

Five per cent, refunded bond held 
by Purdue University, at Lafay- 
ette, Ind., due April 1, 1921 

Indiana State University (Bloom- 
ington) bond, in custody of 
Treasurer of State, dated Octo- 
ber 1, 1885, bearing five per cent, 
interest 

Indiana State University (Bloom- 
ington) bond, in custody ot 
Treasurer of State, dated Feb- 
ruary 15, 1887, bearing five per 
cent, i nterest 

Indiana State University (Bloom- 
ington) bond, in custody of 
Treasurer of State, dated Sep- 
tember 1, 1887, bearing five per 
cent, interest 



Total 

Total domestic debt 



,000 00 



60,000 00 



24,000 00 



$340,000 00 



144,000 00 



$484,000 00 



RECAPITULATION. 



Total foreign debt... 
Total domestic debt . 

Total State debt 



,418,615 12 
484,000 00 




Ill 



INTEREST OX PUBLIC DEBT. 



The Following is an Exhibit of Amount of Interest Due Annually 
on Each of the Issues of the Bonds of the State, and the Dates 
when the Same are Payable. 



INTEREST ON FOREIGN DEBT. 



School Fund refunding bonds of 
1880, principal, S863,000 ; in- 
terest, three per cent., payable 
June 18 and l5eceml>er 18 

Funding bond, temporary loan, 
principal, $585,000 ; intere8t,three 
and one-half per cent., payable 
April 1 and October 1 

New State House temporary fund- 
ing loan, principal, |500,000 ; in- 
terest, three and one-half per 
cent.,, payable May 1 and No- 
vember 1 

Total interest on foreiarn debt.. 



$18,390 00 



10,500 00 



17,500 00 



$46,390 00 



INTEREST ON DOMESTIC DEBT. 



Purdue University bonds, $340,000, 
at five per cent, interest, payable 
quarterly on the first days of 
January, April, July and Octo- 
ber 

Indiana University bonds (Bloom- 
ington), $140,000, at five per cent, 
interest, payable semi-annually, 
on May 1 and November 1 

Total interest on domestic 
debt 



$17,000 00 



7,200 00 



$24,200 00 



RECAPITULATION. 



Total interest on foreign debt.. 
Total interest on domestic debt 

Total amount of interest... 




$46,390 00 
24,200 00 

$70,590 00 



112 



PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, INDIANA 
UNIVERSITY. 



BOONE COUNTY. 





Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 

• 


Amount of 
Loan. 


236 


Pedigo, Ollie 


April 15, 1897 


$125 00 











CLINTON COUNTY. 



74 



Duncan, Jesse H 



September 25, 1891 



300 00 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



57 
163 
173 



Bray, Alexander. . . 
Lockhart, Chas. B. 
Ryan, Thomas F. . . 



January 15. 1891. . 

July 13, 1895 

September 25, 1895 



1,430 00 
1,100 00 
1,600 00 



MONROE COUNTY. 



59 
159 



Landers, Martha E. 
Duncan, Sarah C. . . 



January 16, 1881. 
June 24, 1895.... 



1,525 GO 
700 00 



118 



MAEION COUNTY. 



'J 


Names of Bokbowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


7 

50 

101 


Wishard, William H 

Darnell, Lewis L., et al 

Cooper C. M., et al 


January 4, 1888 

June 17, 1890 


$3,500 00 
200 00 


December 29,1892 

January 21, 1893 

July 21, 1^93 


400 00 


105 


Wishard, Francis M 


4,00(/ 00 


123 
133 


Johnson, Richard 


600 00 


May 21, 1894 

May 12, 1896 


800 00 


188 




560 00 


238 


Clark, Melissa E 


August 25, 1900 


1,400 00 









POSEY COUNTY. 



149 



Menzies, Esther A. 



January 16, 1895. 



10,000 00 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



88 


Bernhamer, Charles 


June 4, 1892 


300 00 








WHITE COUNTY. 


186 


Amick, Philip 


March 20, 1896 


1,200 00 



DISTRIBUTION OF THE FUND. 



Amount of outstanding Joans $30,040 00 

Amount of loan made to the State 144,000 00 

Amount held by the counties 415,691 20 

Balance on hand 23,414 20 

Total • $613,145 40 

In addition, the State holds a number of properties that were originally 
mortgaged to secure loans from this fund, and on account of nonpayment of in- 
terest were advertised for sale, and, Ihere being no bidders, were bid in by the 
State Auditor on behalf of the fund. All of this land is for sale. 

8— Aud. of State. 



114 
COLLEGE FUI^D. 



List of Borrowers from the College Fund. 



BAKTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



a 
o 


Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


453 


Coopersmith, Lewis F 


February 18, 1847 


$300 00 









BENTON COUNTY. 




BLACKFOKD COUNTY. 



1200 
1465 
1470 
1580 
1645 
1685 
1690 
1695 



1761 
]751 
1318 
1267 
1455 
1749 
1748 



Lewis, Rachel 

Mclirath, Lewis H 

Clore, Benjamin F 

Rhoton, Lydia H. . 

Rains, Amanda 

Worthen, John W 

Slater, Aaron July 11, 1896 

McGeath, John P. October 7, 1896 



September 22, 1882. 

July 29, 1891 

October 14, 1891.... 

June 16, 1894 

June 6, 1895 

March 20, 1896 



Oilman, Sturgeon.. 

Fleener, Jacob 

Arrick, George W. 
Dutton, Albert H. . 
Whalen, Alfred S.. 
Durnal, Thomas W 
Rhodes, J. Coleman 



October 12, 1904.. 

Aprils, 1904 

January 12, 1886.. 
May 19, 1884. 
November 20, 1890 
March 21, 1904 . . . 
March 2, 1904 



400 00 
300 00 
50 GO 
100 00 
200 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



BOONE COUNTY. 


1674 


Keeney, Elias E 


January 10, 1896 


400 00 








BROWN COUNTY. 



200 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
350 00 
500 00 
500 00 



CARROLL COUNTY. 



115 
CLINTON COUNTY. 



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Names of Borbowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loans. 


1666 


Harvey, George W 


November 2, 1895 

May 8, 1896 


$250 00 


1688 


Christy, Robert M 


450 00 


1714 


Petty, John A 


December 22, 1897 


500 00 









GREENE COUNTY. 



1615 

1625 

1626 

1628 

1634 

1635 

1663 

1697 

1716 

1719 

[1729^ 

•1732 

'1700 

1733 

fl734 

1739 

1742 

^1743 

1745 

1747 

1750 

1755 

1766 

1757 



1428 
1501 
1737 
1744 



Lawhead, Hugh . . . . 
Timmous, Eliza A . . 
Tinimons, Marion J. 

Fields, IdaV 

Freeman, James W. 

Hadley, Eliza E 

Smith, W. H 

Denney, Caroline . . . 
Roach, David C . . . . 

Roach, S. S 

McLaughlin, C. R . 

Rompley, R. R 

Hoover, ~Eliza 

Shipman, George D. 
Stone, Joseph W . . . 

Miller, John 

Mitten, B. B 

Leigh, Catharine . . . 
Dillon, James B. . . . 
Ciishman, Harve E . 

Foster, Wm. M 

Neal, David A 

Goodwin, George B. 
Cunningham, Emily 



December 10, 1894 
January 9, 1895. . . 
January 9, 1895... 
January 9, 1895... 
January 25, 1895 . . 
January 25, 1895 . . 
October 4, 1895. ... 
November 28, 1896 

June 4, 1895 

February 9, 1899.. 
December 26, 1899 

June 2, 1902 

February 12, 1897 , 

April 7, 1903 

May 1, 1903 

October 10, 1903... 
January 8, 1904 . , 
January 9, 1904... 
February 11, 1904 
February 11, 1904 
March 21, 1904. .. 

June 6, 1904 

May 31, 1904 

June 24, 1904 



Thompson, Eliza A 
Sims, Martha A. E 
Selch, Arthur C . . . 
Selch, Mary C 



January 10, 1890 . 
March 17, 1892. .. 
September 4, 1903 
February 6, 1904 . 



350 00 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
400 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
410 00 
400 0© 
600 00 
400 00 
500 00 
300 00 
300 00 
350 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
400 00 
300 00 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 


1301 


Jackson, James M 


August 12, 1885 


300 00 


HANCOCK COUNTY. 


1229 


Foley, Jesse 


September 14, 1883 

February 18, 1884 


300 00 


1255 


Foley, Jesse A 


200 00 










HENDRICKS COUNTY. 





400 00 

50 00 

500 00 

250 00 



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HOWAED COUNTY. 



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Names of Borrowers. 


Date. 


Amount of 
Loan. 


1591 


Smith, John E., guardian, and 

Anna A. Jessup 

Caylor, Abraham 

Brown, Richard A 


July 23, 1894 


S200 00 


1593 


July .30, 1894 


450 00 


1609 


November 20, 1894 


400 00 









JACKSON COUNTY. 



1758 



Love, Myrtle D. 



September 7, 1904 , 



500 00 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



1729 



Carn, James. 



December 21, 1900. 



500 00 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



1571 
1709 
1724 



McCarty, Charles H 

Martin, W. J 

Howell, 8. D 



April 23, 1894 | 300 00 

August 12, 1897 1 500 00 

May 27, 1899 I 500 00 



LAKE COUNTY. 



1173 
1339 



Wood, Mary E. and Thos. J . . I April 15, 1881 

Wood, Thomas J November 15, 1887 



250 00 

600 00 



MADISON COUNTY. 



1362 



Leavell, Lawson M . 



July 21, 1888. 



400 00 



iir 

MARION COUNTY. 



Names of Borrowees. 



Date. 



Amount of 
Jjoan, 



Engleman, Richard 

Peacock, Mary H 

Meikel, Chas. W 

Greene, Davis M 

Matler, Julia G 

Neal, John S 

Secrist, Margaretta 

Munson, Mary A 

Patterson, Patsy 

Schlegel, John 

Wiley, (Jhas. , et al 

Kyan, J. Robert 

Barbour, Elizabeth H 

Thale, Henry H 

Howson, Mary E 

Noble, Wm. T 

Trustees Reed St. Baptist Church 

Mann, Henry T 

Nichols, Addie 

Nichols, Addie 

Jerusalem, Robert B 

Curry, R. A 

Christian, James W 

Silvey, Preston B 

Durbon, Mary F 

Martindale, Robert 

Jerusalem, Robert B 

Wolf, George 

Graham, Ellen E 

Lichliter, Maggie S 

Sommerlad, C. A 

Brewer, Thomas T 

Ritter, Fred 

Trucksess, Laura L 

Marshall, David R. and Nettie. . 

Inman, J. A 

Burton, Blanche 

Fowler, M. G 



October 28, 1904... 

October 7, 1904 

May 28, 1904 

September 25, 1883 

June 20, 1.^84 

July 2, 1884 

November 16, 1887 
October 17, 1888.. . 
March 22, 1889. ... 

July 10, 1890 

March 16, 1892. ... 

April 2, 1892 

June 16, 1892 .... 
September 1, 1893 . 
November 1, 1893. 
November 8, 1893.. 
March 31, 1894 ... 

May 10, 1894 

June 21, 1894 



September 20, 1894 
January 28, 1895. . 
September 26, 1895 
October 16, 1895... 
February 24, 1896 . 
August 28, 1896 ... 
September 21, 1896 
October 13, 1896... 

July 6, 1897 

September 12, 1898 

March 4, 1899 

October 12, 1899... 
Februarv 20, 1902 . 

June 13," 1903 

December 8, 1903. . 

May 2, 1904 

Mav 6, 1904 

Octobers, 1904 



$425 00 
300 00 
600 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
600 00 
500 00 
300 00 
400 00 
2(i0 00 
400 00 
400 00 
100 00 
300 00 
275 00 
250 00 
100 00 
100 00 

40 69 
300 00 
500 00 
450 00 
400 00 
500 00 

81 26 
200 00 
300 00 

50 00 
400 00 
500 00 
500 00 
280 00 
325 00 
450 00 
200 00 
300 00 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Coleman, James N 

Flake, John 

Hall, Mary A 

Harper, Peter F 

Reading, R. I 

Loveall, W. A 

Pearce, Win 

Perry, Nat'n and Wm. Thompson 

Robinson, Lavina 

Sargent, James L 

Scott, Jeff. K 

Watts, Mary E 



September 3, 1875 . 
October 3, 1885. 
September 13, 1879 
February 29, 1876 . 
Septembers, 1890 . 

March 14, 1884 

December 24, 1863. 
•January 1, 1864 . . . 
August 27, 1886 . . . 
November 2, 1885 . 
October 30, 1886... 
March 8, 1884 



500 00 
175 00 
200 00 
100 00 
600 00 
250 00 
300 00 
270 00 
150 00 
300 00 
516 32 
250 00 



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MORGAN COUNTY— Continued. 



Names op Borrowers. 




Amount of 
Loan. 



1323 
1397 
1432 
1646 
1638 
1644 
1667 
1672 
1726 
1728 
1740 



1014 
1336 
1523 



Woods, Wm. S 

Watts, Mary E 

Allen, Lucy 

Manker, Mary Jane. . 
McKahan, Claude S. . 
Vise, Richard M. J. . . 
Masters, Mrs. Mary C 

Gooch, Wm 

Plaster, P. C 

Kershaw, J. W 

Crary, Sarah A 



October 20, 1886... 
February 27, 1889 . 
February 17, 1890 . 
November 6, 1893 . 
January 30, 1895.. 

May 28, 1895 

November 8, 1895 . 
December 16, 1895 
December 12, 1899. 
September 30, 1900 
November 7, 1903 . 



Eliott, C. A 

Tinkle, David E, 
Porter, Wesley J 



March 5, 1877 . . 
June 25, 1887 . . . 
October 22, 1892. 



$150 00 
250 00 
125 00 
500 00 
500 00 
100 00 
500 00 
300 00 
500 00 
200 00 
100 00 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 


1367 


Heiskell, W. L 


August 28, 1888 


400 00 






M\RTIN COUNTY. 





500 00 
125 00 
500 00 



MONROE COUNTY. 



1258 
1311 
1266 
1735 



Brown, Joel T. . . 
Miers, Robert W. 
Payne, John .... 
Henry C Duncan 



March 15, 1884.. 
October 29, 1886. 
February 5, 1884 
June 1, 1903 . . . . 



500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 



OWEN COUNTY. 


1730 


Kirtley, Robert 


May 13, 1901 


150 00 










PORTER COUNTY. 


795 


Green, Sarah .... 


December 14, 1870 


695 75 









110 
PUTNAM COUNTY. 




1174 
1209 
1340 



1142 
1357 
1361 
1368 



Frakes, Joseph 

King, Chas. W. and Emily J , 
Hamrick, Ambrose D 



January 2, 1882.. 
February 22, 1883 
December 6, 1887. 



Puckett, John.. .... 

Leavitt, Thomas. . . 
Leavell, Elizabeth J 
Prilliman, Sarah S. 



November 25, 1879 
June 25, 1888.... . 

July 14, 1888 

August 9, 1888 



$500 00 
400 00 
200 00 



SCOTT COUNTY. 


1326 


Brody, Asa D 


November 15, 1886 

February 1, 1886 


oOO 00 


1320 


Finley, Wm. D 


225 00 








SPENCER COUNTY. 


1662 


McKee, Alice .... 




October 4, 1895 


400 00 










TIPTOJ!^ COUNTY. 



500 00 
200 00 
400 00 
390 00 



WELLS COUNTY. 



1510 
1528 
1531 
1562 
1573 
1588 
1600 



Edington, Elizabeth, 
Brown, Daniel R. . . . 

Riggs, Sarahs A 

Brice, Candes M. . . . 
Peppard, Isaac H. . . 

Simison, George 

Evans, James B 



April 25, 1892... 
January 7, 1893, 
March 1, 1893... 
March 23, 1894. 
April 28, 1894... 

July 3, 1894 

October 10, 1894 



300 00 
150 00 
350 00 
250 00 
450 00 
350 00 
300 00 



Recapitulation Showing Condition of College Fund. 

Amount of loans outstanding .^. . $53,268 84 

Cash on hand October 31, 1903 74,674 00 

Cash from sales of College Fund Lands Fund 188 00 

Total $128,130 84 

In addition to the above there is considerable land belonging to the Fund 
and held under supervision of the Auditor of State. 

This land was originally mortgaged to the Fund as security for loans made 
therefrom, but on account of the nonpayment of interest it was advertised by the 
Auditor and by him bid in on behalf of the Fund. This land is for sale. 



120 
TAX LET71ES. 



Statement Showing the Tax Levies for Various Purposes as Made 
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ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA 



FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 



D. E. SHERRICK, Auditor of State. 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT: 

C. W. Neal, Chief Clerk. 

Cliffie B. Manlove, Assistant Clerk. 

H. W. BuTTOLPH, Actuary. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 

1904. 



1 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 



Herewith is submitted the annual report of the Insurance De- 
partment of the Auditor of State's office of the State of Indiana 
for the year ending December 31, 1903. 

Respectfully, 

D. E. SHERRICK, 

Auditor of State. 



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ASSESSMENT LIFE AND ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS AUTHORIZED TO DO 
BUSINESS IN INDIANA. 



Indiana Associations. 



Name of Association. 



Location. 



Incorporated. I 



Commenced 

Business 
in Indiana. 



Central Mutual Benefit 

Commercial Travelers Mutual 

Columbian Relief Fund 

Fort Wayne Mercantile 

Home Mutual Benefit 

Indiana Benefit Association.. 

Postal Life 

Securit.v Accident and S. B... 

Union Life 

Wabash Mutual Benefit 



Lvansville, Ind . 
Indianapolis, Ind 
Indianapolis, Ind 
Fort Wayne, Ind 
South Bend. Ind 
New Albany, Ind 
South Bend, Ind 

Seymour, Ind 

Indianapolis, Ind 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



Dec. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
May 
June 
Sept. 
May 



10, 1903. 

10, 1892. 

24. 1896. 

17, 1892. 

24, 1898. 

— , 1889. 

16, 1903. 

15, 1900. 

21, 1887. 

28, 1900. 



Associations of Othee States. 



American Health and Accident. 

American Relief Society 

Banliers Life 

Knights Templars & Masons L. I 

Loyal Protective Association 

National Accident Society 

National Protective Society 

National Life and Accident 

National Masonic Accident 

New York Casualty 

Preferred Accident Association. 

Phoenix Accident and S. B 

World Mutual Life 

Woodmens Accident 



Detroit, Mich . . 
Bay City, Mich 
Des Moines, la . 

Chicago, 111 

Boston, Mass .. 
New York, N. Y 
Detroit, Mich . . 
Nashville, Tenn 
Des Moines, la 
New York. N. Y 
Detroit, Mich . . 
Detroit, Mich... 
Des Moines, la . 
Lincoln, Neb ... 



Feb. 
May 
July 
May 
June 
Nov. 
May 
Feb. 
July 
Apr. 
Aug. 
Ma A' 
Oct. 
July 



11, 1900. 

1, 1879. 
5, 1884. 

12, 1895. 

2, 1885. 
26, 1894. 
28, 1900. 
12, 1889. 
— , 1886. 
22, 1889. 

1, 1897. 

24, 1899. 

8, 1890. 



May 


19, 


1900 


May 


12, 


1903 


Mar. 


22. 


1893 


Feb. 


28, 


1891 


May 


12, 


1903 


Feb. 


17, 


1891 


Aug. 


30, 


1894 


May 


12, 


1903 


Mar. 


9, 


1893. 


Sept. 


28, 


1898. 


Feb. 


V, 


1890. 


July 


22, 


1898. 


Apr. 


7, 


1903. 


Oct. 


15, 


1903. 



FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS. 



Indiana Associations. 



American Plowmen 

Benevolent Order Colonials 

Catholic Benevolent League 

Fraternal Assurance Soc. of Am. 

I. O. Foresters of America 

L O. Knights of Pythias 

Knights and Ladies of Honor 

Knights and Ladies of Columbia. 

Modern Samaritans of World 

Order of Frontiersmen 

Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur 

United Workmen 



Logansport, Ind . . 
Indianapolis, Ind 
Fort Wayne, Ind 
Fort Wayne, Ind 
Crown Point, Ind. 
Indianapolis, Ind 
Indianapolis, Ind 
South Bend, Ind . 

Elkhart, Ind 

Evansville, Ind . . . 
Crawfordsville. Ind 
Evansville, Ind 



Jan. 
Dec. 
Mar. 
June 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Apr. 
July 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Jan. 
Oct. 



12, 1898. 

1, 1900. 

17, 1900. 

20, 1902. 

20, 1900. 

17, 1903. 

5. 1878. 

11. 1894. 

1, 1898. 

14, 1903. 

16, 1894. 

27, 1868. 



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Fraternal Associations of Other States. 



Name of Association. 



Location. 



Incorporated. 



Commenced 

Business 
in Indiana. 



American Guild 

Ancient Order Gleaners 

Brotherhood of American Yeomen 

Catholic Knights of America.- 

Catholic Order Foresters 

Catholic Benevolent Legion 

I. O. Foresters 

Knights of Columbus 

Knights NOf Maccabees 

Knights of Modern Maccabees... 

Knights of Pythias 

Kniglits of Honor 

Knights and Ladies of Security.. 

Ladies of Maccabees 

Ladies of Modern Maccabees 

Modern Woodmen of America... 
Modern American Fraternal Order 

National Union 

North American Union 

Order Mutual Protection 

Order of Patricians 

Pathfinder 

Plattdeutsche Grot Glide 

Protected Home Circle 

Red Men's Fraternal Accident... 

Royal Arcanum 

Royal Fraternal Union 

Royal League 

Royal Neighbors of America 

Royal Templars of Temperance.. 

Ro.val Circle 

Supreme Court of Honor.. ^ 

Sup. Conclave Order Heptasophs. 
Sov'gn Camp Woodmen of World 

United Order Golden Cross 

United Order Foresters 

Womens Catholic Order Foresters 



Richmond, Va 


July 


Caro, Mich 


Oct. 


Des Moines, la 


Dec. 


St. Louis, Mo 


Apr. 


Chicago, 111 


May 

Sept. 


Brooklyn, N. Y 


Toronto, Can 


July 


New Haven, Conn.. 


Mar. 


Port Haron, Mich.. 


Sept. 


Port Huron, Mich.. 


June 




Oct 


St. Louis, Mo 


June 


Topeka, Kan 


Feb. 


Port Huron, Mich.. 


Apr. 


Port Huron, Mich.. 


Dec. 


Rock Island, 111 


May 


Effingham, 111 


Feb. 


Toledo, 


May 


Chicago, 111 


Chicago, 111 


Nov 


Benton H'bor, Mich. 


Oct. 


Akron, O 


May 

Sept. 


Chicago, Til 




Westfield, Mass .... 
Boston, Mass 




June 


St. Louis, Mo 


Feb. 


Chicago, 111 


Oct. 


Rock Island, 111 .... 


Mar. 


Buffalo, N. Y 


July 


Springfield, 111 


Nov. 


Springfield, 111 


July 


Baltimore. Md 


Aug. 


Omaha. Neb 


June 


Knoxville, Tenn ... 


July 


Milwaukee, Wis — 


Feb. 


Chicago, 111 


Jan. 



U, 1890. 

19, 1894. 

— , 1S97. 

1, 1880. 

24, 1883. 
6, 1881. 

23, 1881. 

29, 1882. 
11. 1885. 
11, 1881. 

5, 1875. 

30, 1873. 

2, 1892. 

6, 1897. 
10, 1891. 

5, 1884. 

23, 1897. 

14, 1881. 

8, 1895. 

16. 1894. 

5, 1896. 

14, 1898. 

8, 1888. 

7, 1886. 

23' 1877! 

25, 1897. 

26, 1883. 
21. 1895. 

1, 1878. 

7, 1896. 

16. 1895. 

28, 1878. 

1, 1891. 

4, 1876. 

28. 1893. 

31, 1894. 



Jan. 


10 


1895. 


Mar. 


19 


1900. 


Mar. 


17 


1900. 


Dec. 


20 


1899. 


Apr. 


27 


1900. 


Sept. 


25 


1900. 


Feb. 


13 


1892. 


June 


6 


1899. 


Mar. 


6 


1900. 


June 


3 


1903. 


Dec. 


19 


1899. 


Oct. 


26 


]9(K). 


Feb. 


14 


1900. 


Mav 


17 


1897. 


Nov. 


20 


1903. 


Feb. 


24 


1896. 


Mar. 


15 


1900. 


June 


15 


1900 


Apr. 


30 


1900. 


Jan. 


16 


1901 


Apr. 


30 


1900 


Feb. 


7 


1900 


Feb. 


7 
16 


1901 


June 


1900 


Mar. 


16 


1904 


June 


15 


1900 


Apr. 


27 


1900 


Mav 


12 


1900 


Apr. 


16 


1901 


Feb. 


19 


1900 


Apr. 


9 


1900 


June 


26 


1900 


Jan. 


25 


1893 


Sept. 


20 


1902 


Apr. 


9 


1900 



During the past year the folk) wing have heen incorporated 
under the Indiana laws : 



Name of Association. 




Central Mutual Benefit 1 Evansville, Ind I Assessment. 

Imp. Order Knights of Pythias.. Indianapolis, Ind ..| Fraternal. 



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During the past year the io]h)wing insurance companies were 
admitted to do business in Indiana : 



Name of Association. 



Location. 




German Fire 

Globe and Rutgers 

Casualty Co. of America.. 
New Jerse.Y Plate Glass... 
Title Guaranty and Trust 

Des Moines Life 

Minnesota Mutual Life . . . 
National Life of U. S. A.. 
Security Life and Trust... 

Woodmens Accident 

Ladies Modern Maccabees 
Royal Fraternal Union . . . 



Pittsburg, Pa 

New York, N. Y.... 
New York, N. Y.... 

Newark, N. J 

Scranton, Pa 

Des Moines, la 

St. Paul, Minn 

Chicago, 111 

Pbllad^phia, Pa ... 

Lincoln, Neb 

Port Huron, Mich.. 
St. Louis, Mo 



Fire. 
Fire. 
Casualty. 
Plate Glass. 
Title. 

Legal Res.L. 
Legal Res.L. 
Legal Res.L. 
Legal Res.L. 
Assessment. 
Fraternal. 
Fraternal. 



During the past year the following companies, associations 
and societies, which were authorized to do business in Indiana 
during the last previous year, have withdrawn from business in 
the State: 



Name of Association. 



Location. 



Kind. 



Firemens 

Greenwich 

Northwestern Life and Savings 

Indianapolis Mutual Benefit 

Model Life 

North American Benefit 

Security Life 

Traders Mutual Life 

American Standard Bearers 

I. O. Parliamentarians 

American Mutual Aid 

Mutual Protective League 



Baltimore, Md . . 
New York, N. Y. 
Des Moines, la . 
Indianapolis, Ind 
Indianapolis, Ind 
Bvansville, Ind . 
South Bend, Ind 
Springfield. Ill .. 
South Bend, Ind. 
South Bend, Ind. 
St. Louis, Mo . . . 
Litchfield, 111 .... 



Fire. 
Fire. 
Legal Res.L. 

Assessment. 

Assessment. 

Assessment. 

Assessment. 

Assessment. 

Fraternal. 

Fraternal. 

Fraternal. 

Fraternal. 



STATISTICAL TABLES 



OF 



Fire. Fire and Marine and Miscellaneous 
Insurance Companies 



OF 



OTHER STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES 



DOING BUSINESS IN INDIANA. 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



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Apr. 22. Tolls, account Harrison funeral $1 15 

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" 25. Telegrams $4 39 

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" 25. Amounts due the folloAving: i 

Lieut. E. Bierhaus $11 45 

Capt. C. F. Donnohue 2 30 

Capt. J. K. Ritter 25 00 

Col. G. M. Studebaker 4 21 

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•' 27. 2,000 stamped envelopes (2c) ~ $43 20 

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HIBBEN, HOLLWEG & COMPANY. 
May 1. Officers' cloth, linings and trimmings $210 20 

TANNER & SULLIVAN. 
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A. BURDSAL COMPANY. 
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LILLY VARNISH COMPANY. 

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American Express Co 3 89 

United States Express Co 3 39 

Journal Printing Co., railway guide 1 50 

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JOHN R. WARD, ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 

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J. L. M'FARLAND, MANAGER. 

" 13. Freight and drayage for April $7 51 

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J. L. CARPENTER. 

" 15. 13 days' service Quartermaster-General's 

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7— Ins. Dkpt. 



STATISTICAL TABLES 



Assessment Life, Accident and 
Fraternal Associations 

of indiana and other states 

DOING BUSINESS IN INDIANA. 



DECEMBEK 31, 1903. 



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ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



Fire and Miscellaneous Companies 



OF INDIANA. 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



—139- 



140 



FIREMEN AND MECHANICS INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Richard Jo,hiisou. Vice-President, W. M. Mofl'ett. 

Secretary, W. O. McLelland. 

Incorporated January 21, 1850. Home Office, 128 E. Main Street, Madison, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 



Amount of capital paid up in casli, $100,000. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31, of previous year $109,720 94 



INCOME. 



Marine 
Fire. and Inland. 

Gross premiums $36,442 80 $106 78 

Deduct reinsurance, rebate, abatement 

and teturn pi-emiums 11,041 46 84 75 



Total premiums (other tlian per- 
petuals $25,40134 $22 03 



25,423 37 



Interest from all sources $4,053 96 

Gross rents from compan.y's property, including 

$300 for company's own occupancy 484 45 



Total interest and rents 4,538 41 

From all other sources.... 743 29 



Total income 30,705 07 



Amount carried forward $140,426 01 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



Net amount paid for losses 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends 

Commissions or brolverage 

Salaries, fees and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents 

and otlier employees 

Rents, including $300 for company's own occupancy 

Repairs and expenses on real estate 

Taxes on real estate 

All other taxes, licenses and insurance department fees 

All otlier disbursements 

Total disljursements 

Balance $112,623 33 



$12,491 57 


6,000 00 


4,831 63 


1.979 00 


300 00 


40 00 


1,991 78 


10 70 


158 00 


27,802 68 



141 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate, unincumbered $21,457 57 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 30,375 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collaterals 1,275 00 

Book value of bonds, excluding interest and stocks 52,221 00 

Cash in company's office and deposited in bank 1,077 13 

Agents' balances representing business written subsequent 

to October 1, 1903 '. 2,101 31 

Accounts receivable, taken for fire risks 4,116 32 

Total ledger assets, as per balance $112,623 33 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $2,046 85 

Market value of real estate over book value 43 00 ' 

Market value (not including interest) of bonds and stocks 

over book value 5,681 00 

Gross assets $120,394 18 

LIABILITIES. ' . 

Net amount of unpaid losses and claims $2,410 16 

Total unearned premiums 10.160 53 

Total amount of all liabilities except capital $12,570 69 

Capital actually paid up in cash $100,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities 7.823 49 

Surplus as regards policy-holders . 107,823 49 

Total liabilities $120,394 18 



RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Pre- Pre- 

Fire miums miums 

Risks. Thereon. Thereon. 
In force on the 31st day of December, as per this 

heading in last year's statement $2,276,853 $37,140 00 $106 78 

Written or renewed during the year, per Income 

No. 1 1,927,464 36,442 80 22 03 

Total $4,204,317 $73,582 80 $128 81 

Deduct tho«e expired and marked off as terminated 11,04146 

In force at the end of the year $62,541 34 $128 81 



GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business 
December 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 
Answer. — No. 

Total premiums received from organization of company. No way of knowing. 
Losses incurred during the year Oess reinsurance) Fire, $13,661. 
Total amount of company's stock owned by the directors at par value, $30,858. 



142 

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CONDITION 
of the 

GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF INDIANA. 



The undersigned, constituting a majority of the Board of Directors of the 
"German Fire Insurance Companj' of Indiana," pursuant to the laws of the State 
of Indiana, malies this, its annual report. ' 

The amount of the capital stocli of the company is one hundred thousand 
dollars ($100,000), all paid up. 

Said company has issued during the last calendar year 28,023 policies, aggre- 
gating the sum of $25,623,752.34; the number of policies outstanding on the 31st day 
of December, 1903, being 39,792, and the amount insured thei'eby aggregating the 
suni of $34,347,458.42. 

Said company takes risks of the nature and kind taken by' insurance companies 
engaged in the transaction of a general insurance business. 

This company has sustained losses within the last year as follows: 

Losses sustained prior to January 1st, 1903, and since paid $11,988 20 

Losses sustained since January 1st, 1903, and paid 100,077 55 

Losses adjusted, not due 12,686 06 

Losses unadjusted 13,263 98 



ASSETS. 



Cash in treasury and banks .• $38,460 25 

Real estate— 

a. Company's building $50,000 00 

b. Taken for mortgage indebtedness 31,328 70 

81,328 70 

Trust company's certificates of deposit, bearing interest 115,000 00 

Loans on bonds, mortgages and real estate 168,035 30 

Debts due for premiums in the hands of agents 35,924 55 

Interest due and acci'ued on mortgages 4,737 42 

Rents due 584 60 

Market value of real estate over book value 9,438 65 

Total assets $453,509 47 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses adjusted, not due , $12,686 06 

Losses unadjusted 13,263 98 

Amount necessary to reinsure outstanding risks ; 227,219 24 

All other claims against the company None 

Total liabilities $253,169 28 

The greatest amount insured under any one risk $10,000 00 

The greatest amount allowed to be insured under any one risk 10,000 00 

The condition of the guarantee fund is as follows: 

First mortgages upon real estate $26,800 00 



143 : 

ANNUAL STATEMENT 

For the year ending December 31, 1903, of the 

GRAIN DEALERS NATIONAL MUTUAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY, 

Of Indianapolis, Indiana. 

• 
Organized and commenced business December 23, 1903. 

H. N. Knight, Tresident. J. W. McCord, Vice-President. 

, C. A. McCotter, Secretary. 

ASSETS. 

Face A'alue of premium notes, $350,106.42. 

Amount of notes, less assessment $293,981 53 

Mortgages on real estate 5,500 00 

Collateral loans 3,500 00 

Cash on hand and in bank 15,902 10 

Uncollected cash premiums 137 91 

Uncollected mutual premiums 557 00 

Assessments in process of collection 218 73 

Interest accrued, $413.95; rents accrued, none 413 95 

Total $323,211 22 

INCOME IN 1903. 

Premium notes received, face value, $294,012.40. 

Amount of cash collected on same $29,302 28 

Cash received from assessments 9,971 03 

Cash premiums received 1,754 73 

Interest and other items, organization, $714.88: interest. $10 724 88 

Total $41,752 92 

EXPENDITURES. 

Premium notes returned, face value, $50,819.53. 

Cash premiums returned $3,942 37 

Net amount for losses 8,207 33 

Paid for commissions and brokerage 1-652 80 

Salaries of oflncers and employes 8,686 16 

Traveling expenses 4.121 26 

All other expenses: General, $2,753.62; exchange, $36.90: office furniture 

and fixtures, $897.30; overdraft, $24.60 3,712 42 

Total $30,322 34 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization (face value) $402,272 20 

Total cash received on same since organization 60,782 62 

Total cash received for premiums (3^early) 1,754 73 

Total losses paid since organization 8,207 33 

Total risks in force, December 31st, 1903 2,306,933 34 

Total risks written during the year 2,031,659 34 

Total losses during tlie year 8,207 33 

What per cent, of the premium notes have the assessments been during the 
vear? 14 per cent. 



144 



ANNUAL STATEMF^NT 

For the year ending December 31, 1903, of the 

INDIANA LUMBENMENS MUTUAL INSURANCE 
COMPANY, 

Of Indianapolis, Ind. 

Organized and commenced business April 1, 1897. 
H. Coburu, Presideat. F. B. Fowler, Secretary. 

ASSETS. 



Face value of premium notes, $138,446.34. 

Amount of notes, less assessments (collected and in process) $118,590 54 

Mortgage on real estate (Schedule B) 4,500 00 

Indianapolis school bonds (par value) 5,000 00 

Cash in bank 9,788 40 

Uncollected cash premiums (not more than three months due) 1,23(3 39 

Assessments in process of collection 163 00 

Interest accrued 87 50 

Total assets ' $139,365 83 



LIABILITIES. 



Reported loss (not adjusted) ^ $500 00 

Due for commissions 32 57 

Due for unearned premiums and dividends 7199 

Total liabilities $604 56 



INCOME IN 1903. 



Preniiuiii notes (face value) $85.. 581 72 

Cash received from assessments 11,135 10 

Cash premiums received 17,337 76 

Interest 314 53 

Received for inspections 759 29 

Discount on losses paid 78 41 

Received for reinsurance '. 1,980 00 

Total Income ; $117,186 81 



$35,567 55 


1,566 82 


14,081 03 


5,000 00 


50 00 


455 90 


898 55 


1,141 39 


2,402 00 


711 45 


120 00 


238 40 


47 32 


292 14 


186 50 


12 80 


179 05 


$62,950 90 



145 



EXPENDITURES IN 1903. 

Premium notes returned (faee value), $40,738.93. 

Premium notes returned (net value) 

Cash premiums returned 

Paid for losses 

Paid for bonds... 

Premiums on bonds 

Paid for reinsurance 

Cash dividends paid 

Paid for commissions 

Salaries of officers and employes 

Traveling expenses 

Rent 

Directors and executive committee 

Taxes 

Printing and stationery 

Postage 

Office furniture 

Sundry expenditures 

Total expenditures 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization (face value) $291,926 58 

Total cash received on same since organization 46,637 63 

Cash received for premiums in 1903 17,337 76 

Total losses paid since organization 53,710 48 

Total risks in force, December 31, 1903 1,132,698 00 

Total losses during the year 9,531 03 

Assessments during the year have been sixteen per cent, of premium notes. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA IN 1903. 

Amount of risks written, $405,945.. 50. 

Premium notes received , $44,186 38 

Cash received for premiums and assessments 18,017 71 

Losses paid (less reinsurance) $7,812 02 

Losses incurred 4,842 02 



SCHEDULE B. 

On principal note for $4, .500 with coupon interest notes, secured by mortgage 
and recorded in Record 393, page 408, in the mortgage records of Marion County, 
Indiana, interest at the rate of five per cent., and paid in full to December 31, 1903. 
The appraised value of property covered by mortgage is $10,200.00; buildings insured 
for $2,300. 



10— Ins. Dkpt. 



146 

ANNUAL STATEMENT 

For the year euding December 31, 1903, of the 

INDIAN^A MILLERS MUTUAL FIRE mSURANCE 
COMPANY OF INDIANAPOLIS, IND. 

Organized and commenced business September 25, 1889. 

President, M. S. Blish. Secretary, E. E. Perry. 

ASSETS. 

Face value of premium notes, $1,001,474.93. 

Amount of notes less assessment (collected and in process) $882,292 48 

Mortgages on real estate (Schedule B) 10,200 00 

Bonds and stocks (Schedule C) 97,996 26 

Collateral loans (Schedule D) 7,051 48 

Cash on hand and in bank 19,308 69 

Uncollected cash premiums (not more than three months due) 1,144 08 

Assessments in process of collection 469 20 

Interest accrued 1,805 81 

Premiums on bonds ■ 11,079 28 

Total assets $1,031,347 28 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses reported $10,000 00 

Total liabilities $10,000 00 

INCOME IN 1903. 

Premium notes received, (face value), $512,445.05. 

Amount of cash collected on same :..... $35,834 09 

Cash received from assessments 103,142 58 

Interest received 4,745 07 

Discounts 281 63 

Premiums on bonds sold 414 03 

Total income in 1903 : $144,417 40 

EXPENDITURES. 

Premium notes returned (face value), $361,036 68. 

Cash premiums returned 7 $23,597 05 

Paid for losses 58,528 34 

Salaries of officers and employes 14,620 00 

Traveling expenses 3,486 13 

All other expenses 6,703 55 

Total expenditures $106,935 07 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization (face value) $3,051,556 03 

Total cash received on same notes since organization 1,012,950 06 

Total losses paid since organization 560.159 96 

Total risks in force December 31, 1903 5,470,355 00 

Total losses during the year 55,024 26 

What per cent, of the premium notes have the assessments been during the 
year? llVi per cent. 



147 



INDIANAPOLIS FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, John H. Holliday. Vice-President, Charles E. Coffin. 

Secretary, H. C. Martin. 

Incorporated July 12, 1899. Commenced business September 1, 1899. 

Home office, 148 E. Market Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $200,000. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31, of previous year $426,617 08 

INCOME. 

* 

Gross premiums $327,989 50 

Deduct reinsurance, rebate, abatement and return 

premiums 76,255 24 

Total premiums $251,734 26 

Interest on mortgage loans $12,764 69 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 3,343 12 

Interest from all other sources 196 12 

Total interest and rents 16,303 93 

From all other sources 7 91 

Total income 268,046 10 

Sum $694,663 18 

s 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Gross amount paid for losses $125,52130 

Deduct amount received for salvage and for rein- 
surance ,, . . . 9,591 20 

Net amount paid for losses $115,930 10 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends 12,000 00 

Commissions or brokerage 56,96113 

Salaries, fees and all other charges of officers, clerks, agents 

and other employes 18,184 16 

Rents 1,079 96 

Taxes, licenses and insurance department fees 7,337 07 

Loss on sale or maturity of ledger assets 715 07 

All other disbursements 12,888 38 

Total disbursements $225,095 87 

Balance $469,567 31 



148 



LEDGER ASSETS. 



Mortgage loans on real estate $293,130 00 

Book value of bonds and stocks 126,218 24 

Cash 11, Vie 25 

Agents' balances representing business written subsequent to 

October 1, 1903 23,59199 

Agents' balances representing business written prior to Oc- 
tober 1, 1903 1,088 56 

Other ledger assets 13,752 27 

Total ledger assets, as per balance $469,567 31 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest accrued $5,760 49 

Other non-ledger assets 7,229 80 

Gross assets $482,557 60 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $7,229 80 

Agents' balances, representing business written prior to Oc- 
tober 1, 1903 1,088 56 

Depreciation from book value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market, value 1,269 19 

Total 9,587 55 

Total admitted assets $472,970 05 

LIABILITIES. 



Gross claims for losses in process of adjustment, or in sus- 
pense, including all reported and supposed losses $16.693 44 

Gross claims for losses resisted 400 00 

* 

Total $17,093 44 

Deduct reinsurance due or accrued 1,482 44 

Net amount of unpaid losses and claims $15,61100 

Total unearned premiums 161.005 92 

Reinsurance premiums 1,156 36 

Total amount of all liabilities except capital $177.773 28 

Capital actually paid up in cash $200,000 00 

Surplus over all liabilities 95.196 77 

Surplus as regards policy-holders 295,196 77 

Total liabilities $472,970 05 



149 



RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Fire Premiums 

Rislis. Thereon. 
In force on the 31st day of December, as per last year's 

statement $17,571,622 $253,082 89 

Written or renewed during tlie year 21,639,779 327,989 50 

Total $39,211,401 $581,072 39 

Deduct those expired and marked off as terminated 17,201,568 257,469 87 

lu force at the end of the year $22,009,833 $323,602 52 

Deduct amount reinsured 1,314,345 19,134 71 

Net amount in force $20,695,488 $304,467 81 



GENERAL INTERROGATORIES. 

Have the books of tlie company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement?. 

Answer.— No. 

Total premiums received from organization of company, $681,830.79; total losses 
paid from organization of company, $268,096.32. 

Total dividends declared since commencing business— cash, $22,000.00. 

In all cases where the company lias assumed risks from another company, tliere 
should be charged in this statement on account of such reinsurances a reserve 
equal to that which the original company would liave been required to charge had 
it retained the risks. Has this been done? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Largest gross aggregate amount insured in any one hazard located anywhere in 
the ¥nited States, without any deductions whatever for reinsurance, whether the 
same be in admitted or non-admitted companies. 

Answer.— $10,000.00 

AVhat amount of installment notes is owned and now held by the company? 

Answer.— None. 

Losses incurred during the year (less reinsurance). Fire, $117,324.75. 

Total amount of the company's stock owned by the directors at par value, 
$18,550.00. 

Total amount loaned to directors or otlier officers, none; loaned to stockholders, 
not officers, none. 



BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF INDIANA DURING THE YEAR. 

Fire Risks 

Risks written $5,170,536 00 

Premiums received 80,617 45 

Losses paid .'. 38,713 19 

Losses incurred 36,197 36 

Amount at risk ' 8,343,496 00 



150 

ANNUAL REPORT 
For the year ending December 31, 1903, of the 

INDIANAPOLIS GERMAN MUTUAL FIRE INSUR- 
ANCE COMPANY. 

Organized July 15, 1884. 

President, Albert Sahm. Secretary, Charlotte Dinkelaker. 

ASSETS. 

Pace value of premium notes, $442,559.33. 

Amount of notes less assessment $328,433 73 

Real estate 737 04 

In loans 11,000 00 

Cash on hand and in bank 1,204 17 

Uncollected cash premiums 378 00 

Interest accrued 38 88 

Office furniture and supplies 250 00 

Total assets $342,041 8i 

LIABILITIES. 

Unpaid losses not due $931 12 

Total liabilities $93112 

INCOME IN 1903. 

Premium notes received (f.ace value) $73,785 50 

Amount of cash received on same 7,378 55 

Cash received for interest 270 00 * 

Cash received for transfer fees 45 50 

Total income $81,479 55 

EXPENDITURES. 

Premium notes received (face value) $58,354 50 

Cash premiums returned 147 45 

Net amount paid for losses 3,139 10 

Amount paid for salaries 1,700 00 

Amount paid for rent, adjusting and supplies 1,09197 

Total expenditures $64,433 02 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Total premium notes received since organization $1,097,146 00 

Total cash received on same 114,115 65 

Total losses paid since organization 60,246 64 

Total risks in force December 31, 1903 4,275,268 66 

Total risks written during the year 856,730 50 

Number of members December 31, 1903 2,239 

Number of policies in force 4,230 

BUSINESS IN INDIANAPOLIS. 

Amount of risks written 856,730 50 

Premium notes received (face value) 73,785 50 

Cash received on same 7,378 55 

Losses paid 3,139 10 

Losses insured 4,070 22 



151 ■: 

3 

CONTINENTAL CASUALTY COMPANY. 

President, C. H. Bunker. Vice-President, Franklin H. Head. 

Secretary, A. A. Smith. 

Incorporated November, 1897. Commenced business December, 1897. 

Principal office, Hammond, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital stock paid up in cash, $300,000. 
Amount of net or ledger assets, December 31 of previous year $822,959 77 

INCOME DURING THE YEAR 1903. 

Gross premiums unpaid December 31, last year $489,003 75 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed ' >- ! 

during the year 2,503.369 27 ' 



Total $2,992,373 02 

Deduct gross premiums in course of collection 

at this date 626,864 29 



Entire premiums collected during the year $2,365,508 73 

Deduct reinsurance, abatement, rebate and re- 
turn premiums 534,874 46 



Net cash actually received for premiums $1,830,634 27 

Interest 26,527 98 



Total income received during the year, in cash 1,857,162 25 



Aggregate last balance and income $2,680,122 02 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 

Gross amount paid for matured claims 

Deduct salvages and reinsurances 



Net paid policy-holders 

Cost of adjustment and legal expenses in settle- 
ment of claims 

Stockholders for interest or dividends 

Commissions to agents 

Salaries, traveling and all expenses of agents 
and agencies not on commission account... 

Medical examiner's fees and salaries 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers 
and home office employes 

Taxes 

Rent 

Legal expenses 

Advertising, general printing and stationery 

All other expenses 



Total miscellaneous expenses. 

Total disbursements 

Balance 



$887,138 83 






3,900 00 


$883,238 83 








$8,937 26 






30,000 00 






301,178 73 






283,278 39 






7,240 88 






133,174 18 






25,376 72 






12,841 80 






7.958 93 






23.050 00 






31,037 02 


867,073 91 












1,750,312 74 





152 . , . 

ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgage on real estate $268,440 05 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or otbei- market- 
able collaterals 175,000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned 206,380 38 

Cash in company's otiice 1,100 00 

Cash deposited in banl-cs 71,720 39 

Bills receivable 3,733 23 

Agents' debit balances ^. 63,183 89 

All other items '. 147,838 10 

Total $937,396 04 

Deduct ledger liabilities 7,586 76 

Total net or lodger assets, as per balance $929,809 28 

OTHER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $11,450 08 

Gross premiums in course of collection, not more than three months due . 626,864 29 

Total assets $1,568,123 65 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $15,34138 

Agents' debit balances 63,183 89 

Bills receivable ■ 3,733 23 

Depreciation from cost of above ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 15,000 00 

Total $97,258 50 

Total admitted assets $1,470,865 15 

LIABILITIES. 

Net amounts of unpaid claims $110,059 00 

Total unearned preipiums $810,733 23 

Due and accrued for salaries, rent, advertising, agency and other ex- 
penses 3,521 15 

Commissions to become due on unpaid premiums 126,656 36 

All other 1,000 00 

Total amount of all liabilities, except capital stock $1,051,969 74 

Joint stock capital actually paid up in cash 300,000 00 

Surplus beyond capital and other liabilities 118,895 41 

Total $1,470,865 15 

EXHIBIT OF PREMIFMS. 

In force December 31, preceding year $1,264,361 30 

Written or renewed during tlie year 2,503,369 27 

Total $3,767,730 57 

Deduct expirations and cancellations ; 2,124.045 64 

Balance $1,643,684 93 

Deduct reinsured policies 22,218 47 

Net in force December 31, 1903 $1,621,466 46 



.153 
FEDERAL UNIOX SURETY COMPANY. 

J'resident, Hugh Dougherty. Vice-President, W. A. Guthrie. 

Secretary, E. M. Johnson. 

Incorporated July 8, 1901. Commenced business October 1, 1901. 

Principal office, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital stock paid up in cash, $250,000. 
Amount of net or ledger assets, December 31 of previous year $264,194 93 

INCOME DURING THE YEAR. 

Gross premiums unpaid December 31, last year $5,526 60 

Gross premiums on risks written and renewed dur- 
ing the year 63,527 38 

Total $69,053 98 

Deduct gross premiums in course of collection at 
this date. 10,958 38 

Entire premiums collected during the year J5S.095 60 ■ ' ■ 

Deduct reinsurance, abatement, rebate aud return 

premiums 8,923 14 

Net cash actuall.v received for premiums $49,172 46 

Interest 11,991 14 

Total income 61,163 60 

Total ' $325,358 53 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING THE YEAR. 

Gross amount paid for matured claims $3,353 29 

Deduct salvages and reinsurances 1,956 52 

Net paid policy-holders $1,396 77 

Commissions to agents $6,863 48 

Salaries, traveling and all expenses of agents and 

agencies not on commission account 6,016 35 • 

Salaries and all other compensation of officers and 

employes 11.2.55 86 

Taxes on premiums, pi-operty, insurance depart- 
ment fees and ageuts' licenses 2,562 29 

Rent 1.429 73 

Legal expenses 364 50 

Furniture and fixtures 1,083 75 

Advertising, printing and stationery 3,148 44 

Losses on securities actuall.v sold under cost 925 85 

All other expenses 1,488 11 

Total miscellaneous expenses 35,1.38 36 

Total disbursements $36,.535 13 

Balance • $288,823 40 



164 



ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgage on real estate $12,600 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned 230,505 47 

Cash deposited in banks : 45,717 93 



Total net or ledger assets $288,823 40 



OTHER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $1,936 08 

Net amount of outstanding premiums 8,480 30 



Total assets, as per books of the company $299,239 78 



LIABILITIES. 

Net amounts of unpaid claims 

Total unearned premiums 

Due and accrued state, city, county or other taxes and assessments. 



Total amount of all liabilities, except capital stock. 

Joint stock capital actually paid up in cash 

Surplus beyond capital and other liabilities 



$745 00 

26,342 64 

384 07 


$27,471 71 
250,000 00 
21,768 07 



Aggregate amount of all liabilities, including paid up capital stock 
and net surplus. $299,239 78 



RISKS AND PREMIUMS. 

Amount Premium 

at Ri(<k. Thereon. 

In force December 31, preceding year $6,649,055 $23,271 05 

Written or renewed during the year 16,418,619 63,527 38 



Total $23,067,674 $86,798 43 

Deduct expirations and cancellations 9,662,870 36,040 04 



Net in force December 31, 1903 $13,404,804 $50,758 39 



155 



STATEMENT OF BUSINESS 



of the 



mDIANA A^D OHIO LIVE STOCK INSURANCE 

COMPANY, 

Of Crawfordsville, ludiauti, June 30, 1903. 

Policies issued, 4,999. 

RislJS written $750,376 00 

Premiums written 64,779 47 

Losses sustained 11,836 00 

Losses paid 11,011 00 

Losses unpaid 825 00 

Paid-up capital 50,000 00 

Authorized capital 100,000 00 

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SECURITIES. 

Stocks and bonds '. . . . $86,361 61 

First mortgage realty loans 22,850 00 

Cash in bank 14,390 05 

Gash in home office. . . .' 1,491 82 

Personal loans 5,000 00 



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ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 

OF 

''Legal Reserve" Life Insurance 
Companies 

of the state of indiana. 



FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 

THE CONDITION OF THE COMPANIES ON 

DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



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america:n^ central life insurance company. 

President, E. B. Martindale. Vice-President, Charles E. Dark. 

Secretary, Lynn B. Martindale. 

Incorporated February 23, 1899. Commenced business April 1, 1899. 

Home office, 206 Newton Claypool Building, Indianapolis, lud. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of capital paid up in cash, $137,000. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31, of previous year $286,638 76 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums on original policies without 
deduction for commissions or other expenses, 
less $115.90 for first year's reinsurance $74,541 72 

Surrender values applied to pay first year's pre- 
miums 9174 

Total first year's premiums on original policies $74,633 46 
Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up insur- 
ance and annuities 450 87 

Total new premiums $75,084 33 

Renewal premiums $262,555 24 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 4,252 12 

Total renewal premiums $266,807 36 

Total premium income 341,891 69 

Interest on mortgage loans $9,455 41 

Interest on collateral loans 302 71 

Interest on bonds and dividends on stocks 1,172 40 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens... 5,249 09 

Interest on other debts due the company 568 78 

Total interest and rents 16,748 39 

From other sources 4,735 51 

Total income 363,375 59 

Sum of both amounts $650,014 35 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Net amount paid for losses and matured endowments $24,472 43 

Premium notes, voided by lapse 13..335 87 

Surrender values paid in cash 1,894 18 

Surrender values applied to pay new premiums 91 74 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up insurance and 

annuities 450 87 

Dividends applied to pay i-enewal premiums 4,252 12 

Paid stockholders for interest or divideqds 8,264 98 



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Commissions and bonuses M agents (less commission <5il rein- 
surance), first year's premiums, $52,600.18; renewal pre- 
miums, $9,613.95 62,214 13 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 5,196 60 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 966 02 » 

Medical examiners' fees 3,288 99 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes 28,603 83 

Rent 2.083 17 

Advertising, printing, stationery and postage 5,178 46 

Legal expenses 1.746 79 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 735 89 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 1,730 74 

All other disbursements 5,789 95 

Total disbursements 170,296 76 



Balance $479,717 59 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate (first liens) $279,419 21 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collateral 3.552 56 » 
Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 125,694 32 

Premium notes on polices in force 4.200 01 

Book value of bonds and stocks 43,694 94 

Cash in company's office and deposited in banks 21.417 57 

Bills receivable and agents' balances 1,739 08 

Total ledger assets $479,717 59 



NON-LIEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages $3.342 86 

Interest due and accrued on bonds and stocks 326 02 

Interest due and accrued on collateral loans 86 89 

Interest due and accrued on premium notes, policy loans or 

liens 74 36 

Total interest and rents due and accrued $3,830 13 

Market value of bonds and stocks over book value 580 25 

New Re- 
Business, newals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1903 $13,722 30 $6,886 10 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1903 17 66 9,128 30 

Totals $13,739 96 $16,014 40 

Deduct loading per cent 4.534 18 5.284 75 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $9,205 78 $10,729 65 19.935 43 

All other assets 2,400 00 

Gross assets ' $506,463 40 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Total 14,135 32 

Total admitted assets $492,328 08 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all outstanding policies $291,166 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in other 

solvent companies 42 00 

Net reserve $291,124 00 

Present value of amounts not yet due on supplementary contracts not 

involving life contingencies 1,996 45 

Claims for death losses which have been reported and no . 

proofs received $2,500 00 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by 

the company 5,000 00 

Total policy claims 7,500 00 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, commis- 
sions, medical and legal fees, due or accrued 270 00 

Capital stock 137,000 00 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 54,437 63 

Total liabilities $492,328 08 

EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 

Whole Life Endowment All Other Total Nos. 

Policies. Policies. Policies. and Amounts. 

No. Amount. No. Amoant. No. Am mnt. No. Amount. 
At end of previous 

year 5,592 $4,787,454 8 $13,000 601 $1,703,854 G,201 $6,504,308 

New policies written. 2,593 2,434,964 15 38,500 113 181,641 2,721 2,655,105 

Old policies revived.. 39 78,000 8 22,-500 47 100,500 

Old changed and in- 
creased 32 77,500 1 2,024 33 79,524 

Totals 8,256 $7,377,918 23 $51,500 723 $1,910,019 9,002 $9,339,437 

Deduct ceased— 

By death 30 $24,480 3 $9,500 33 $33,980 

By expiry 24 70,500 24 70,500 

By surrender 30 24,263 30 24,263 

By lapse 5,841 1,314,920 53 169,000 5,894 1,483,920 

By change and de- 
crease 6 17,000 1 4,500 2 1,500 9 23,000 

Not taken 52 117,500 2 3,500 8 10,819 62 131,819 



Total termin- 
ated 5,959 $1,493,163 3 $8,000 90 $261,319 6,052 $1,767,482 



Outstanding end of 

year 2,297 $5,879,755 20 $43,500 633 $1,648,700 2,950 $7,571,955 



Policies reinsured .... 2 $7,500 2 $7,500 



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MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of tlie company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects the statement? 

Answer. — No. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Stock company. 

"What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer.— Discretionarj^ with board of directors. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — Officers' salaries based on commission. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds towards par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — Discretionary with officers. "" 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1903. 

No. Amonnt. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 31 

of previous year 5,932 $6,150,557 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said State issued during the year. 2,166 2,095,617 

Total 8,098 ?8,246,174 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 5,4-31 1,456,992 

Policies in force December 31 2,667 $6,789,182 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year 1 1,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 8 23,500 

Total 9 $24,500 

Losses and claims settled during the year 8 22,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 1 2,500 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $316,871.50. 



11— Ixs. Deft. 



162 
INTER-STATE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Charles A. Sudlow. Vice-President, P. B. Marsh. 

Secretary, F. B. Davenport. 
Incorporated June 19, 1S97. Commenced business June 19, 1897. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

CAPITAL STOCK. 

Amount of guaranty fund paid up in cash, $250,000. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31, of pre- 
vious year $455,782 55 

Increase of capital during the year 50,000 00 



Extended at $505,782 55 

INCOME. 

Total first year's premiums on original policies $124,617 89 

Total renewal premiums 423,145 78 



Total premium income $547,763 67 

Interest on mortgage loans $4,150 44 

Interest on bonds and dividends ou stoclis 1,117 86 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens... 22,109 73 



Total interest and rents 27,378 03 



Total income 575,141 70 



Amount carried forward $1,080,924 25 

- DISBURSEMENTS. 

Net amount paid for losses and matured endowments $14,162 25 

Premium notes voided by lapse 46,447 54 

Surrender values paid in cash 31,015 00 

Paid stockholders for interest or dividends 8,375 66 

Commission and bonuses to agents (less commission on rein- 
surance) 99,618 73 

Agency supervisiou, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 15,469 66 

Medical examiners' fees 3,218 00 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes 39,241 43 

Rent .- 4,113 10 

Advertising ." 6,974 89 

Legal expenses 1,470 00 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 2,703 OS 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 1,955 79 

All other disbursements 1,728 27 



Total disbursements 276,493 40 



Balance $804,430 85 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate $92,050 00 

Premium notes on policies in force 602,703 28 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) 20,507 60 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on Interest 67,473 64 

Cash in company's office 21,696 33 



Total ledger assets ^ $804,430 85 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest fine and accrued on mortgages $1,497 76 

Interest due and accrned on bonds and stocks 48 13 

Interest due and accrued on premium notes, policy loans or 

Mens 13.160 61 



Total interest and rents due and accrued $14,7r)6 50 

New Ee- 

BusinesE. newale. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1903 $35,744 31 $8,860 53 

Gross deferred premitmis on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1903 11.799 07 7.044 17 



Totals $48,543 3S $15,904 70 

Deduct" loading 29,126 03 3,180 94 



Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums $19,417 35 $12,723 76 



32,141 11 

AU Other assets 6,000 00 



Gross assets $857,278 46 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED, 
Total '. 15,445 75 



Total admitted assets $841,832 71 

LIABILITIES. 

Net reserve ^ $639.850 00 

Unasslgned funds (surplus i. ' 201,982 71 



Total UablUties : $841,832 71 

EXHIBIT OP POLICIES. 

Eetum 
Premiums 
andEever- 
WholeLife Endowment All Other sioTiary Total Nog. and 
Policies. Policies. PolieieP. Additions. Amounts. 

Classification. No. Am't. No. Am"t. No. Am't. Am't. No. Afts't. 
At end of preTious 

year 1,1S9 $3,478,018 29 «50,000 612 f1 ,602,000 $170,533 82 1,830 15,300,55182 

Newpolieie?wTitten 735 3.590,500 1,013 1,613,792 2^,608 25 1,751 4,476,900 25 

Old changed and in- 
creased 307 775,712 14 24.030 321 799,742 00 



Tota^ 2,234 $5,544,230 43 $74,030 1,625 $3,215,792 $443,142 07 ,3,902 $10,577,149 07 

Deduct ceased: 

By death... 7 13,200 952 25 7 14,162 25 

By expiry 281 713,000 281 713,000 00 

Byiurrender 99 304,500 1 1,000 14,254 82 100 319,754 82 

By lapse 69 172,000 1 5,000 65 155,000 135 332,000 00 

By change and de- 

creaie 4 7,400 321 799,742 325 807,142 00 

Nottaken 108 392,500 119 238,300 227 630,800 00 



Total termina- 
ted 287 $839,600 2 $6,000 786 $1,906,042 $15,217 67 1.075 $2,816,859 67 



Outstanding end 
of year 1^7 $5 054,630 41 $S8#30 83911,309,750 $427,925 00 2,827 $7,760,335 00 



164 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business 
December 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer.— No. 

Is there any loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net 
premium according to the State standard? 

Answer.— Yes, on all policies issued since reorganization. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer.— No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company- may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — No proportion. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business 
of the company? 

Answer.— No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to 
bring bonds towards par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — 33i^ per cent, or less. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1903. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of the previous year 1,596 $4,268,309 67 

Policies on the lives of, citizens of said State issued during the 

year 776 1,313,150 00 

Total ". ... 2,372 $5,581,459 67 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year ; 335 1,148,624 67 

Policies in force December 31. 1,931 $4,432,835 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 7 14,162 25 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $220,944.16. 



165 
LIBERAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, John H. Terhune. First Vice-President, Robert P. Grimes. 

Secretary, Carroll H. McCullough. 

Incorporated January 8, 1901. Commenced business January 14, 1901. 

Home office, Anderson, Ind. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance), December 31, of previous year $29,858 96 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums $12,112 74 

Renewal premiums 32,576 69 . 

Total premium income $44,689 43 

Interest on mortgage loans $724 72 

Interest on collateral loans 268 35 

Total interest and rents 993 07 

From otlier sources ; 16 72 

Furniture 8 00 

Total Income 45,707 22 

Sum of both amounts $75,566 18 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Net amount paid for losses and matured endowments $1,000 00 

Premium notes, voided by lapse 635 39 

Surrender values paid in cash 137 37 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on reir^ 

surance 7,415 22 

Commuting renewal commissions 2,535 24 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 4,222 15 

Agency supenusion, traveling, and all other agency expenses 1,355 10 

Medical examiners' fees, inspection of risks 896 04 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes 4,51153 

Rent 438 00 

Advertising, printing and stationery, postage 1,026 99 

Legal expenses 5 26 *v . 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 280 00 

All other disbursements 7,742 91 

Total disbursements 32,201 20 

Balance $43,364 98 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $25,0.50 00 

Loans made to policy holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 250 00 

Premium notes on policies in force 812 19 - .; 

Book value of bonds (excluding interest) 3,94150 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 3,500 00 \ 

Cash in company's office and deposited in banks (not on In- 
terest) 9,564 29 

Bills receivable and agents' balances 247 00 

Total ledger assets $43,364 98 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest due and accrued on mortgages 

Interest due and accrued on bonds and stocks. 
Interest due and accrued on collateral loans... 



$567 74 
19 20 
30 48 



Total interest and rents due and accrued 

New Re- 
Business, newals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1903 $142 33 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1903 $1,145 36 



617 42 



Premium notes and liens. 
Gross assets 



1.287 69 
37,399 67 



$82,669 76 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 



Loans on personal security $247 00 

Book value of ledger assets over market value $37,399 67 



Total 

Total admitted assets. 



37,646 67 



$45,023 09 



LIABILITIES. 



Net reserve 

Claims for death losses which have been reported and no 

proofs received $1,000 00 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by 

the company 1,000 00 



Total policy claims. 
Total liabilities 



35,012 00 



2,000 00 



$37,012 00 



EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 



Classification. 

At end of previous year. 

New policies written 

Old policies revived 

Old changed and in- 
creased 

Totals 

Deduct ceased— 

By death 

By surrender 

By lapse 

By change and decrease, 
Not taken 

Total terminated ... 

Outstanding end of year. 



Whole Life 

I'olicies. 

No. Amount. 

161 $672,500 

12 13,500 

1 5,000 



1 5,000 
32 120.500 

2 10,000 



Endowment 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 

35 $49,000 

13 17,000 



174 $691,000 48 



All Other 

Policies. 

No. Amount. 

321 $914,500 

289 625,500 

17 54,500 

6 11,500 



Total Nos. 
and Amounts. 
No. Amount. 
517 $1,636,000 
314 656,000 

18 59,500 

6 ' 11,500 



;,000 633 $1,606,000 855 $2,363,000 



1 

2 

9 12,500 140 

6 11.500 5 

2 3,000 IS 



$1,000 1 $1,000 

10,000 3 15.000 

368,000 181 501,000 

11,000 13 32.500 

41,500 20 44,500 



35 $135,500 17 $27,000 166 $431,500 218 $594,000 



139 $555,500 31 



9,000 461 $1,174,500 637 $1,769,000 



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MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer.— No. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — Reserve. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1903. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 31 

of previous year 517 $1,636,000 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said State issued during the year. 338 727,000 

Total 855 $2,363,000 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 218 594,000 

Policies in force December 31 637 $1,769,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 3,000 

Losses and claims settled during the year 1 1,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 2 2,000 



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MERIDIAN LIFE A^D TRUST COMPANY. 

President, Arthur Jordan. Vice-President, Everett Wagner. 

Secretary, C. C. Pierce, Jr. 

Reincorporated Marcli 10, 1900. Commenced bxisiness December 15, 1898. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31 of previous year. $148,105 70 

INCOME. 

Total first year's premiums on original policies $23,425 83 

Total renewal premiums 35,185 45 

Total premium income $58,611 28 

Interest on mortgage loans $1,508 80 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 536 04 

Rent from company's property, including company's 

own occupancy ' ' 42 08 

Total interest and rents 2,086 92 

Total income 60,698 20 

Amount carried forward $208,803 90 

DISBURSEMEXTS. 



Net amount paid for losses and matured endowments $4,000 00 

Surrender values paid in cash 916 25 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 3,105 61 

Commissions and bonuses to agents 10,472 08 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 6,248 00 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 5,201 79 

Medical examiners' fees 1,773 70 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home 

office employes 6,234 52 

Rent 466 00 

Advertising, printing, stationery and postage 1,506 02 

Legal expenses 100 00 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 20 00 

Taxes on real estate 94 77 

All other disbursements 269 79 

Total disbursements 40,408 53 

Balance $168,395 37 



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LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate $600 00 

Mortgage loans on real estate 48,800 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collateral. 200 00 
Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 3,484 46 

Premium'^notes on policies in force 93,259 56 

Book value of bonds 5,000 00 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 200 00 

Cash in company's office 6,112 38 

Bills receivable and agents' balances J 10,443 37 

Furniture 500 00 

Credit balances ~ 204 40 



Total ledger assets $168,395 37 



NOX-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages $740 15 

Interest due and accrued on bonds and stocks 125 00 



Total interest and rents accrued 865 15 

Xew Re- 
Business, nervals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1903 $1,965 33 $6,043 70 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1903 1,275 47 



Totals $3,240 80 $6,043 70 

Deduct loading 2,818 00 1,498 26 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- 
miums .$422 80 $4,545 44 



4,968 24 

Gross assets $174,228 76 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture $500 00 

Commuted commissions 9,590 35 

Loans on nersonal security ; 853 02 



Total 10,943 37 



Total admitted assets $163,285 39 



LIABILITIES. 

Net reserve $48,183 00 

Salaries, rents, office expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, commis- 
sions, medical and legal fees, due or accrued 200 50 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 114,901 89 



Total liabilities $163,285 39 



170 



EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 

Whole Life Endowment All Other Total Nos. 

Policies. Policies. Policies. and Amounts. 

Classification. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year. 91 $158,000 41 ?58.500 785 .$1,336,165 917 $1,552,665 

New policies written 28 39,000 15 19,500 484 805,000 527 863,500 

Totals 119 $197,000 56 $78,000 1,269 $2,141,165 1,444 $2,416,165 

Deduct ceased — 

By death 1 $1,000 3 $3,000 4 $4,000 

By surrender , 1 1,000 1 1,000 

By lapse 47 84,500 13 8,500 215 309,200 275 402,200 

Total terminated.... 48 $85,500 13 $8,500 219 $313,200 280 $407,200 

Outstanding end of year 71 $111,500 43 $69,500 1,050 $1,827,965 1,164 $2,008,965 



MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De- 
cember 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer. — No. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — Mutual company. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer.— No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds towards par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer. — None. 



BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1903. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 31 

of the previous year 917 $1,552,665 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said State issued during the year. 527 863,500 

Total 1,444 $2,416,165 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 280 j107,2OO 

Policies In force December 31 1,164 $2,008,965 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 4 4,000 

Total 4 $4,000 



171 



RESERVE LOAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, Chalmers Browu. Vice-President, Wm. R. Zulicli. 

Secretary, William K. Bellis. 

Incorporated March 2, 1897. Commenced business March, 1897. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Amount of ledger assets December 31 of previous year/ $107,21J 38 

INCOME. ■ ■ ' 



First year's premiums on original policies $59,224 77 

Renewal premiums 210,502 11 

Total premium income $269,726 88 

Interest on mortgage loans $1,762 79 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens... 3,400 41 

Total interest and rents 5,163 20 

From other sources 575 28 

Total income 275,465 36 

Amount carried forward $382,676 74 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Net amount paid for losses and matured endowments $29,000 00 

Premiums returned 445 93 

Premium notes voided by lapse 6,964 77 

Surrender values paid in cash 10,730 40 

Dividends paid to policy-holders in cash 4,625 65 

Commissions and bonuses to agents 46,386 58 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, i 

agents and clerks 7,245 85 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 4,034 33 

Medical examiners' fees 3,750 80 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and home office 

employes 17,942 84 

Rent 1,480 00 

Advertising, printing, stationery and postage 4,228 26 

Legal expenses 1,798 25 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 20 00 

Taxes on real estate 155 58 

All other disbursements 885 40 

Total disbursements 139,694 64 

Balance $242,982 10 



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LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate $52,800 (X) 

Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed asi collateral 133,324 92 

Premium notes on policies in force 10,459 82 

Book value of bonds 433 00 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 20,000 00 

Cash in company's oflBce and deposited in banks 18,838 82 

Bills receivable, agents' balances 7,125 54 

Total ledger assets. $242,982 10 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages $60132 

Interest due and accrued on premium notes, policy loans or 

liens 316 56 

Interest due and accrued on other assets 400 00 

Total interest and rents due and accrued $1,317 88 

New He- 
Business, newals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in 

force December 31, 1903 $5,760 18 $3,588 75 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force 

December 31, 1903 190 27 6,612 99 

Totals $5,950 45 $10,201 74 

Deduct loading 4,165 32 510 09 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred pre- • 

miums $1,785 13 $9,691 65 11,476 78 

All other assets 2,500 00 

, Gross assets $258,276 76 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, furniture, fixtures and safes $2,500 00 

Agents' debit balances 7,035 54 

Loans on personal security 90 00 

Premium notes or loans on policies 7,969 55 

Book value of ledger assets over market value 1 00 

« Total 17,596 09 

Total admitted assets '. $240,680 67 

LIABILITIES. 

Net present value of all outstanding policies in force on the 

31st day of December, 1903 $191,920 48 

Surplus reserves 43,214 82 

Total $235,135 30 

Total policy claims ^. 5,000 00 

Dividends or other profits due policy-holders, including those contingent 

on payment of outstanding and deferred premiums 545 37 

Total liabilities $240,680 67 



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EXHIBIT OF POLICIES. 

Whole Life Endowment All Other Total Nos. 

Policies. Policies. ^ Policies. and Amounts. 

Classification. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year 1,236 $2,484,250 10 $7,7.50 1,039 $1,589,200 2,285 $4,081,200 

New policies written 930 2,101,000 930 2,101,000 

Old policies revived 13 18,500 13 18,500 

Old changed and in- 
creased 795 1,184,700 795 1,184,700 



. Totals 2,044 $3,687,450 10 $7,750 1,969 $3,690,200 4,023 $7,385,400 

Deduct ceased— 

By death 13 $22,000 3 $7,000 16 $29,000 

By lapse 264 512,300 60 87,750 324 600,050 

By change and decrease .... 4,800 795 1,179,700 795 1,183,700 

Not taken 61 131,000 2 2,000 63 133,000 



Total terminated ... 338 $669,300 860 $1,276,450 1,198 $1,945,750 



Outstand'g end of year. 1,706 $3,018,150 10 $7,750 1,109 $2,413,750 2,825 $5,439,650 

MISCELLANEOUS QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business 
December 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer.— No. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer.— Yes. 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the eompanj' conducted upou the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer.— Mutual. ' 

What proportion of the profits of the company may be paid to the stockholders 
for use of real or guaranteed capital? 

Answer. — Mutual company. No stockholders. 

Does any officer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer.— No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds toward par? 

Answer. — No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in notes, or other form of lien, on the policies? 

Answer.— Most premiums are cash — occasionally a note is taken. 

BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1903. 

No. Amount. 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 

31 of previous year 2,285 $4,081,200 

Policies on the lives of citizens of said State issued during the 
year 943 2,124,500 



Total 3,228 $6,205,700 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 403 766,050 



Policies in force December 31 2,825 $5,439,650 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 16 $29,000 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any deduc- 
tion for losses, dividends, commissions or oLher expenses, $269,726.88. 



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STATE LIFE INSURAITCE COMPAI^Y. 

1 'resident, Andrew M. Sweeney. First Vice-President, Samuel Qiiinn. 
Secretary, "Wilbur S. Wynn. .^ 

Incorporated September 4, 1894. Commenced business September 24, 1S94. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Indiana. 

Amount of ledger assets (as per balance) December 31, of previous year. $1,394,275 /u 

INCOME. 

First year's premiums '. $711,623 51 

Surrender values applied to pay first year's pre- 
miums 17,705 19 

Total first year's premiums on original policies $729,328 70 
Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up in- 
surance and annuities... 1,963 58 

Total new premiums $731,292 28 

Renewal premiums $895,590 52 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 39,040 11 

Total renewal premiums $934,630 63 

Total premium income $1,665,922 91 

Interest on mortgage loans $56,255 96 

Interest on collateral loans "T 483 45 

Interest on premium notes, policy loans or liens 23,357 87 

Interest on other debts due the company 2,208 14 

Total interest and rents ' 82,305 42 

From other sources 261 94 

Total Income 1,748,490 27 

Amount carried forward $3,142,765 97 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Net amount paid for losses and matured endow- 
ments ; $238,288 16 

Premium notes, voided by lapse 26,143 92 

Surrender values paid in cash 54,088 78 

Surrender value applied to pay new premiums 17,705 19 

Surrender values applied to purchase paid-up insurance and 

annuities 1,963 58 

Dividends paid to policy-holders in cash 1,175 98 

Dividends applied to pay renewal premiums 39,040 11 

Commissions and bonuses to agents (less commission on rein- 
surance) 448,375 76 

Salaries and allowances for agencies, including managers, 

agents and clerks 30,703 01 

Agency supervision, traveling, and all other agency expenses. 31,759 31 

Medical examiners' fees 34,239 80 



175 

Salaries and other compensations of officers and Home Office 

employes 89,972 59 

Rent 9,694 85 

Advertising, printing, stationery and postage 23,714 00 

Legal expenses 8,388 76 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 4,195 90 

Insurance taxes, licenses and department fees 24,458 68 

Taxes on real estate 3,774 37 

Repairs and expenses (other than taxes) on real estate 636 01 

All other disbursements 5,214 69 

Total disbursements 1,093,533 45 

Balance , $2,049,232 52 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of real estate $3,351 24 

Mortgage loans on real estate 1,353,376 98 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other collateral. 13,100 00 
Loans made to policy-holders on this company's policies as- 
signed as collateral 419.475 37 

Premium notes on policies in force 35,542 03 

Deposited in trust companies and banks on interest 144,764 60 

Cash in company's office ■. 42,477 56 

Biir§ receivable 37.144 74 

Total ledger assets $2,049,232 52 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. ' . .. . 

Interest due and accrued on mortgages $19,744 55 

Interest due and accrued on collateral loans 184 28 

Total interest and rents due and accrued $19,928 83 

New Re- 
Business, newals. 
Gross premiums due and unreported on policies in ■ ^ 

force December 31, 1903 $205,138 41 $64,569 76 

Gross deferred premiums on policies in force De- 
cember 31, 1903 7,840 49 40,269 56 

Totals $212,978 90 3104,839 32 

Deduct loading 119,268 18 24,930 79 

Net amount of uncollected and deferred premiums. $93,710 72 $79,908 53 

173,619 25 

Gross assets $2,242,780 60 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Commuted commissions ,. $37,144 74 

Total $37,144 74 

Total admitted assets $2,205,635 86 



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LIABILITIF^S. 

Net present value of all the outstanding policies In force on 

the 31st day of December, 1903 $1,759,651 00 

Same for annuities 419 00 

Total $1,760,070 00 

Deduct net value of risks of this company reinsured in other 
solvent companies 413 00 

Net reserve $1,759,657 00 

Claims for death losses in process of adjustment or adjusted 

and not due $12,000 00 

Claims for death losses which have been reported and no 

proofs received 25,500 00 

Claims for death losses and other policy claims resisted by 

the company 10,000 00 

Total policy claims 47,500 00 

Premiums paid in advance, including surrender values so applied 3,236 14 

Salaries, rents, ofHce expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, commis- 
sions, medical and legal fees, due or accrued 3,659 00 

Dividends or other profits due policy-holders, including those contingent 

on payment of outstanding and deferred premiums 1,006 74 

Unassigned funds (surplus) 390,576 98 

Total liabilities -. .$2,205,635 86 



EXHIBIT OP POLICIES. 

Whole Life Endowment All Other Total Nos. 

Policies. Policies. Policies. and Amounts. 
Classification. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. No. Amount. 

At end of previous year.. 5,260 $16,480,138 220 $331,450 7,747 $22,730,100 13,227 $39,541,688 

New policies written 308 1,370,013 101 66,500 7,651 18,354,857 8,060 19,791,370 

Old policies revived 74 235,500 1 2,000 34 108,000 109 345,500 

Old changed and increased 1,877 4,874,610 103 199,000 157 



Deduct ceased— 

By death 44 .$134,092 46 

By expiry 1.445 

By surrender 172 557,500 1 $2,000 196 

By lapse 531 1.667,305 58 85,600 505 

By change and decrease 1,991 

Not taken 40 186,300 53 34,000 1,206 

Total terminated 787' $2,545,197 112 $121,600 5,389 $12,784,581 6,288 $15,4.51,378 



.413,000 


2,139 


5,486,616 


11,605,957 23,535 $65,165,174 


$136,810 


90 


$270,902 


2,499,000 


1,445 


2,499,000 


884,751 


369 


1,444,251 


1,232,250 


1,094 


2,985,155 


5,106,116 


1,991 


5,106,116 


2,925,654 


1,299 


3,145,954 



Outstanding end of year.. 6,732 $20,415,070 315 $477,350 10,200 $28,821,376 17.247 $49,713,796 



MISCELLANEOI^S QUESTIONS. 

Have the books of the company been kept open after the close of business De 
cember 31 last, for the purpose of making any entry that affects this statement? 

Answer. — No. 

Is there a loading or margin for expenses on all policies over the net premium 
according to the State standard? 

Answer. — Yes. 



177 

Is any surrender value promised in excess of the reserve as legally computed? 
If so, what amount therefor has been included in liabilities, and where? 

Answer. — No. 

Is the business of the company conducted upon the mutual, mixed or strictly 
proprietary plan? 

Answer. — Mutual. 

Does any ofHcer, director or trustee receive any commission on the business of 
the company? 

Answer. — No. 

Has the book value of any asset been increased during the year except to bring 
bonds towards par? 

Answer.— No. 

What proportion of premiums on policies issued by the company may be taken 
in- notes, or other form of lien, on the policless? 

Answer. — No part of first year's premium, and not exceeding the reserve on 
renewals. 

BUSINESS IN INDIANA DURING 1903. 

No. Amount. 
Policies on the lives of citizens of said State in force December 31 

of previous year 3,567 $10,165,806 

Policies qn the lives of citizens of said State ftsued during the year. 1,353 2,429,955 

Total 4,920 $12,595,761 

Deduct ceased to be in force during the year 787 1,836,774 

Policies in force December 31 4,133 $10,758,987 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 of previous year 1 $5,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the year 19 58.092 

Total 20 $63,092 

Losses and claims settled during the year 17 54,592 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 3 $8,500 

Premiums collected or secured in cash and notes or credits without any de- 
duction for losses, dividends, commissions or other expenses, $415,504.90. 



12— Iss. Deft. 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



Assessment Life Associations 
of the state of indiana 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



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180 



UJS'IOISr LIFE INSURA^^CE COMPANY, OF INDIANA. 

President, James E. Somes. Secretary, John C. Hagerty. 

Incorporated September 21, 1887. Commenced business November 15, 1886. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $43,355 89 

INCOMEDURING YEAR. 



Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

First year's assessments or premiums $8,187 33 

Subsequent year's assessments or premiums 64,127 03 



Total paid by members $72,314 36 

Interest 1,892 09 



Total income during the year 74,206 45 



Sum of both amounts $117,562 34 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 



Death claims or installments paid $41,390 00 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 126 43 

Paid members for dividends 70 87 

Total paid to members $41,587 30 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 

Salaries of ofHcers 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 

Medical examiners' fees, whether paid direct by members or 

otherwise 

Taxes on premiums 

Rent 

Furniture 

All other items 

Total disbursements 67,758 86 



$41,587 30 


7,842 86 


1,989 83 


3,337 38 


4,330 01 


2,323 08 


1,128 25 


367 94 


1,019 00 


2,191 19 


1,642 02 



Balance $49,803 48 



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LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans ou mortgages of real estate (first liens) $28,492 62 

Cash in office 13,758 44 

Agents' debit balances 4,367 25 

Other assets 3,185 17 

Total $49,803 48 

DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 
Agents' credit balances $49,803 48 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Rents due $1,427 45 

Mortuary assessments due on last call made within sixty 

days on insurance in force 800 00 

Other items 25,576 12 

Total non-ledger assets 27,803 57 

Gross assets $77,607 05 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $800 00 

Agents' debit balances 3,620 59 

Excess of items 15 and 16 over charges in liabilities on same 

account 13,500 00 

Total 17,920 59 

Total admitted assets '. $59,686 46 

NON-I^DGER LIABILITIES. 

• 

Losses on stipulated premium policies $11,000 00 

Excess over association's whole life rates of all premiums re- 
ceived on any form of advance limited payments, or de- 
posit policies and 4 per cent, accumulated interest thereon 20,012 69 

Total liabilities 31,012 69 

Balance to protect contracts $28,673 77 

Comprised under the following funds: 
Mortuary fund (less amount thereof included in liabilities and 

in assets not admitted) $17,479 12 

Reserve fund (less amount thereof included in liabilities and 

in assets not admitted) 20,012 69 

Emergency fund (less amount thereof included in liabilities 

and in assets not admitted) 5,000 00 

General or expense fund (less amount thereof iucluded in lia- ' ' 

bilities and in assets not adnaitted) 7,31167 

Total special funds $49,803 48 



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EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. JSo. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 2,746 $3,094,090 1,562 $1,657,970 

Policies or certificates written or incurred during 

the calendar year 1,015 470,375 ' 505 206,775 

Total 3,761 $3,564,465 2,067 $1,864,745 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during 

year 1,085 806,898 617 403,308 

Total policies or certificates in force last De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 2,676 $2,757,567' 1,450 $1,461,437 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning 

of year) 6 $8,000 1 $1,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 38 44,610 11 13,000 

Total ,. .-. 44 $52,610 12 $14,000 

Losses and claims paid, scaled down and compro- 
mised during the year 40 $41,610 11 $13,000 

Losses and claims outstanding unpaid last Decem- 
ber 31 (end of year) 4 11,000 1 1,000 



• I 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



Assessment Life Associations 



OF OTHER STATES 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



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184 



BANXERlS LIFE ASSOCIATIOISr. 

President, E. A. Temple. Secretary, H. S. Nollen. 

Incorporated June 30, 1879. Commenced business September 2, 1879. 

• Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $5,405,250 85 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 
Membership fees required or represented by applications... $264,624 00 

First year's assessment or premiums 154,376 40 

Subsequent year's assessments or premiums 1,493,604 46 

Medical examiners' fees 448 860 55 

Total paid by members $2,361,465 41 

Interest from mortgages, bonds, stocks and other sources.. 261,376 91 
From all other sources 3,077 42 

Total income during the year $2,625,919 74 

Sum of both amounts $8,031,170 59 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims or installments paid $1,198,089 35 

Endowments 247 91 

Advanced payments returned^ to rejected applicants 8,575 58 

Total paid to members $1,231,455 93 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of first year's fees, dues, assessments 

or premiums 259 755 73 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments or 

premiums to banks or collectors 42,466 96 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid 

by commissions 14.074 17 

Salaries of officers 23 625 10 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 32,371 99 

Medical examiners' fees 40,715 35 

Taxes on premiums, insurance department fees and licenses 15,389 73 

Rent ' 6,350 04 

Furniture, legal expenses, advertising and printing 16,333 13 

All other items 28,974 72 

Total disbursements 1,711,512 85 

Balance ? $6,319,657 74 



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LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages of real estate $4,987,907 88 

Book value of bonds and stocks 314,694 90 

Cash An banks 226,807 43 

Other assets ' 829,571 04 

Total $6,328,981 25 

DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Agents' credit balances 9,323 .51 

Total net ledger assets $6,319,657 74 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Rents due and accrued 134,518 21 

Mortuary assessments to become due on post mortem poli- 
cies, not exceeding one assessment nor the amount of 
post mortem claims not assessed for 90,800 00 

Total non-ledger assets 225,318 21 

Gross assets -. $6,544,975 95 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Losses on post mortem policies not adjusted $90,800 00 

Salaries, rent, expenses, taxes, bills, accounts, bonuses, com- 
missions, fees, etc., due or accrued 3,356 00 

Total liabilities 94,156 00 

Balance to protect contracts $6,450,819 95 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 89,267 $178i534,000 1,339 $2,678,000' 

Certificates restored during calendar year 114 228,000 1 2,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased dur- 
ing the calendar year 14,711 29,422,000 387 774,000 

Total 104.092 $208,184,000 1,727 $3,454,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during 

year 4,263 8,526,000 87 3,174,000 

Total policies or certificates in force last De- 
cember (end of year) 99,829 $199,658,000 1,640 3,280,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning 

of year) 39 78,000 2 4,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 625 1,250,000 7 14,000 

Total 664 $1,328,(X)0 9 $18,000 

Losses and claims paid, scaled down and compro- 
mised during the year 618% 1,237,200 8 16,000 

Losses and claims outstanding unpaid last De- 
cember (end of year) 45% $90,800 1 2,000 .. 

Premiums and assessments collected during year $1,647,980.86 $27,708 22 



186 



KNIGHTS TEMPLARS AIn^D MASONS LIFE 
INDEMNITY COMPANY. 

President, Geo. M. Moulton. Secretary, W. H. Gray. 

Reincorporated April 24, 1900. Commenced business May 27, 1884. 

Home office, Ctiicago, Illinois. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $467,696 36 

INCOME DL: NG YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, witbout deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follo-ws: 

Membership fees required or represented by applications $1,850 25 

First year's assessments or premiums 13,727 71 

Subsequent year's assessments or premiums 424,077 92 

Total paid by members $439,655 88 

Interest 18,519 15 

From all other sources 2,142 15 

Total Income during the year 460,317 94 

Sum of both amounts $928,014 30 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims or installments paid $361,98117 

Endowments ." 16,490 00 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicants 236 34 

Paid members for dividends 12,134 50 

Total paid to members ; $390,842 01 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 
agents on account of first year's fees, dues, assessments 

or premiums 13,372 05 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments or 

premiums to banks or collectors 4,002 32 

Salaries of officers 5,900 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 8,158 35 

Medical examiners' fees 750 00 

Taxes on premiums, insurance department fees and licenses. 915 88 

Rent 4,380 00 

Legal expenses, advertising and printing 6,373 47 

All other items 12,470 77 

Total disbursements 447,164 85 

Balance $480,849 45 



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DEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds a-nd stocks $453,590 40 

Cash in office 37,414 70 

Other assets 18,557 76 



Total $509,562 86 

DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 
Agents' credit balances $28,713 41 



Total net ledger assets $480,84!) 45 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Rent $2,095 00 

Market value of bonds and stocks over book value 130 85 



Total non-ledgei- assets 2,225 85 



Gross assets , $483,075 30 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Losses on post mortem policies due and unpaid $41,280 36 

Losses on post mortem policies not adjusted 43,203 55 



Total liabilities 84,483 91 

Balance to protect contracts $398,591 39 

EXHIBIT OF OERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
K"o. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates In force December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 5,499 $15,734,197 129 $259,656 



Policies or certificates written or increased during 

the calendar year 245 567,527 29 52,263 



Total 5,744 $16,301,724 158 $311,919 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during 

year 846 2,338,303 77 152,156 



Total policies or certificates in force last De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 4,898 $13,963,421 81 $159,763 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning 

of year) 28 $91,850 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 127 374,755 08 



Total , 155 $466,605 08 

Losses and claims paid, scaled down and compro- 
mised during the year 131 382,121 17 

Losses and claims outstanding unpaid last De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 24 84.483 91 



Premiums and assessments collected during year $424,077 92 



188 -- 
WORLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION. 

President, J. P. Hewitt. Secretary, Henry Pyle. 

Commenced business March, 1900. Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $7,443 52 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Membership fees required or represented by applications $11,215 00 

First year's assessments or premiums 14,4-53 73 

Subsequent year's assessments or premiums 3.117 92 

Total paid by members .' $28,786 65 

Interest 197 70 

Total income during the year 28,984 35 



Sum $36,427 87 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims or installments paid $4,158 40 

Endowments , 190 00 

Total paid to members $4,348 40 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of first year's fees, dues, assessments 

or premiums 11,025 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments or 

premiums to banks or collectors 114 12 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 219 90 

Salaries of officers 1,932 01 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 212 00 

Medical examiners' fees 1,122 75 

Taxes on premiums, insurance department fees and licenses 279 98 

Rent 440 66 

Furniture, legal expenses, advertising and printing 397 97 

All other items 562 26 

Total disbursements 20.655 05 



Balance $15,772 82 



LEDGIER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages of real estate ?11,100 00 

Cash in office 1,554 90 

Agents' debit balances 3,117 92 

Total net ledger assets $15,772 82 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest duo $3,895 87 

Reserve fund uotes 53,506 31 

Other items 658 20 

Total non-ledger assets 57,060 38 

Gross assets : $72,833 20 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $658 20 

Agents' debit balances not secured bj' bonds 3,117 92 

Reserve fund notes 52.506 HI 

Total 56,282 43 

Total admitted assets $16,550 77 

Balance to protect contracts 16,550 77 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 1,298 $2,042,000 14 $32,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased during 

the calendar year 782 1,102,500 13 25,000 

Total 2,080 $3,144,500 27 $57,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during 

year 193 344,500 4 10,000 

Total policies or certificates in force last De- 
cember 31 (end of year) .' 1,887 $2,800,000 23 $47,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 2 4,158 40 

Total 2 $4.158 40 

Losses and claims paid, scaled down and compro- 
mised during the year 2 4,158 40 

Premiums and assessments collected during year — 4 $14,453 73 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



OF 



Assessment Accident Associations 



OF THE 



STATE OF INDIANA 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



—191- 



192 



CEI^TRAL MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, J. M. Hammond. Secretary, A. E. Hammond. 

Incorporated December 10, 1903. ■ Commenced business December 10, 1903. 

Home oflSce, Evansville, Ind. 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents witliout deductions for commissions or otlier ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membersliip fees required or represented by 

applications $201 00 

Emergency fund 402 00 

Total paid by members $603 00 

Prom all other sources 457 47 

Total income during the year 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to agents 

on account of fees and dues $201 00 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions -. 10 00 

Rent 265 00 

Insurance department fees and agents" licenses 56 40 

All other items 27 57 

Total disbursements 

Balance 

LEDGER ASSiETS. 

Deposited in banks $500 50 

Total net ledger assets 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures, etc $227 57 

Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets 



$1,060 47 



559 97 



$500 50 



$500 50 



227 57 



$728 07 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and s:ifes, supplies, printed matter and 
stationery, etc $227 57 

Total $227 57 

Total admitted assets $500 50 

Comprised under tlie following funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets uu- 

admitted) $402 00 

General or expense (less inclvided in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) 98 50 

Total special funds $500 50 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



Total Business. Business in Indiann. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certiticatos written or increased during 

the calendar year 201 $201,000 201 $201,000 

Total 201 $201,000 201 $201,000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 

31 (end of year) 201 $201,000 201 $201,000 



13 -Ins. Dept. 



194 
OOLUMBIAN RELIEF FUND ASSOCIATION. 

r'resiaent, W. H. Latta. Secretary, C. H. Brackett. 

Incorporated November 24, 1896. Commenced business November 25, i896. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $15,080 52 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents witliout deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented liy 

applications $25,455 00 

Premiums or assessments: Contingent fund ^. 112,751 04 

Total paid by members $138,206 04 

Interest 299 83 

Rents • 43 00 

From all other sources 683 20 

Total income during the year 139,232 07 

Sum $154,312 59 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $6,012 50 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 51,546 31 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 27 36 

Total paid to members $57,586 17 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 25,039 91 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 12.460 05 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 10,897 11 

Salaries of officers 7,650 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5.953 35 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 4,657 89 

Insurance department municipal fees, agents' licenses and 

legal expenses 701 25 

All other items 9,607 02 

Total disbui-sements 134,552 75 



Balance $19,759 84 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $1,159 00 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned 10,836 63 

Cash in office and deposited in banks 7,764 21 

Total net ledger assets $19,759 84 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued 

Accepted orders on railroad company's paymasters 

Furniture, fixtures and supplies 

Net assessments due and unpaid 



$319 10 

571 12 

2,500 00 

9,770 60 






$13,160 82 



Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets .$32,920 66 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc $2,500 00 

Excess of assessments over charges for liability on same ac- 
count 9,099 74 



Total 11,599 74 



Total admitted assets .$21,320 92 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Specific indemnity claims in process of adjustment $100 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment. 570 86 



Total actual liabilities 



Balance to protect contracts $20,650 06 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Mortuary (less included in liability or assets unadmitted) $7,776 42 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liabilit.v or assets un- 
admitted) 12.000 00 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) 873 64 



Total special funds $20,650 06 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

To^al Business. Bu?ine.«s in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 9,267 $1,143,370 00 4,509 $592,760 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 8,485 1,321,000 00 3.240 424,150 00 



Total 17,752 $2,464,370 00 7,749 $1,016,910 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year ... . 7.703 1,147,460 00 2,969 383,800 00 



Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 10,049 $1,316.910 00 4.780 $633,110 00 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 15 $728 86 4 $115 02 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 3,026 57. .500 81 1.309 25.137 08 



Total 3,041 $58,229 67 1,313 $2.5.252 10 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 2,987 .57,558 81 1,294 25,068 62 



Losses and claims unpaid December ^1 (end of 

year) 54 $670 86 19 $183 48 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year. 63 $6,012 50 32 $2.990 00 



196 



COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS MUTUAL ACCIDENT 
ASSOCIATION. 

President, John A. Dugan. Secretary, Carey McPherson. 

Incorporated September 10, 1S92, under law of 1883. Commenced business July 10, 1892. 

Home otHce, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $4,723 95 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 
Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $969 OO 

Annual dues as per contract 3,086 00 

Premiums or assessments 12,312 00 

Reinstatements 271 00 

Total paid by members 16,638 00 



Total $21,361 95 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $5,897 96 

Commissions and fe^s retained by or paid or allowed to mem- 
bers on account of fees and dues 634 00 

Exchange 8 75 

Salaries of officers ■ 2,080 99 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes, traveling 

expenses 113 65 

Rent 725 13 

Insurance department fees 141 00 

All other items 691 30 

Total disbursements 10,292 78 



Balance $11,069 17 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office and deposited in banks $11,069 17 



Total net ledger assets........................................ $11,069 17 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, stationery, supplies, printed matter \.. $100 00 

Total uou-ledger assets $100 00 

Gross assets $11,169 17 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures aud safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc $100 00 

Total WO m 

^ Total admitted assets $11,069 IT 

Balance to protect contracts $11,069 17 

Comprised under the following funds: 
Reserve or emergencj^ (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $11,069 17 

Total special funds $11,069 17 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year 1.6S0 $8,040,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar year 454 2,270,000 

Total 2,062 $10,310,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 353 1,765.000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of year). 1,709 $8,545,000 
Total losses incurred during year, $5,897.96. 



198 



FORT WAYNE MERCAN^TILE ACCIDENT ASSO- 
CIATION. 

President, R. D. Hudgel. Secretary, L. H. Ransom. 

Incorporated December 17, 1S92, under law of 1SS3. 

Commenced business December 17, 1892. 
Home office, Fort Wayne, lud. ^ 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $1'22 08 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents witliout deductions for commissions or otlier ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 
applications $240 00 

Annual dues as per contract 838 00 

Premiums or assessments 7,935 34 

Total paid b5' members $9,013 34 

Total income during the year 9 013 34 



Sum $9^135 42 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $4,661 39 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 4 00, 

Total paid to members $4,665 39 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to agents 

on account of fees and dues 423 12 

Salaries of officers , 1,649 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 260 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 385 26 

Insurance department fees, agents' licenses and legal ex- 
penses 121 00 

All other items 569 04 

Total disbursements 8,072 81 



Balance $1,062 61 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office and deposited in banks .■ $1,062 61 

Totfil pet ledger assets • , • $1,06? 61 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS^ 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 

within sixty days on insurance in force $1,600 00 

Furniture, fixtures, etc 300 00 

Total non-ledger assets $1,900 00 

Gross assets $2,9G2 Gl 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc $300 00 

Deduct assessment unpaid on last call— non-ledger assets 1,600 00 

Total • 1,900 00 

Total admitted assets $1,062 61 

Balance to protect contracts $1,062 61 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICAl'ES OR POLICIES. 

Total Busines.i. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year) 904 $4,520,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 240 1,200,000 00 

Total 1,144 $5,720,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 182 900,000 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 962 $4,810,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 76 $4,661 39 

Total 76 $4,66139 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or paid during the 

year $4,66139 



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HOME MUTUAL BEXEFIT ASSOCIATIO:^T. 

President, Jacob D. Henderson. Seei-etar.v, Prank H. Goodman. 

incorporated Febrnary 24, 1898. Commenced business March 1, 1898. 

Home offlce. South Bend, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous 'year $5,847 59 

INCOME DUKING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or otlier ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $5,407 .50 

Premiums or assessments 21,140 81 

Total paid by members $26,548 31 

Total income during the year 26,548 31 

Sum $32,395 90 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $260 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 6.079 33 

Totjil paid to members $6,3.39 33 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to agents 

on account of fees and dues 8,874 61 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 1.229 99 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by f 

commissions 2.916 71 

Salaries of officers 1,700 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,145 86 

Rent, advertising and printing 1.068 70 

Insurance department fees, agents" licenses and legal ex- 
penses 261 00 

All other items 2.248 19 

Total disbursements 25,784 39 

Balance $6,611 51 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' and collectors' debit balances $1.872 84 

Cash in ofiice and deposited in banik-; 4,101 24 

Furniture and fixtures 637 43 

Total net ledger assets .^ $6,61151 



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XON-LIODOKK ASSETS. 

Ni't iini>ai'l assi'ssuicuts .12.024 10 

Total iioii-le(l«L'i' as.sets $2,024 10 

Gross assets $S.633 61 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Euruiture, fixtures and safes, supplii's. printed matter and 

stationery, etc $637 43 

Excess of assessment over cliarges for liaoilit.v on same ac- 
count 1,824 10 

Total 2,461 53 

Total admitted assets $6,174 08 

NON LEDGICR LIABILITIES. ^ - 

Reported probable liability $200 00 

Total actual liabilities 200 00 

Balance to pruttet contracts $5,974 OS 

Comprised under the foUowiu!; funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less inchirtod in liability or asseis un- 
admitted) $2.000 00 

General or expense (less inchiddl in liability or ;;ss8t"s unad- 
mitted) 5,798 18 

Total surplus funds $7,798 18 

EXHIBIT OE CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Ciisinoss in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 1.673 $393,590 00 1,-548 $363,590 CO 

Policies or certificates written (jr increased dur- 
ing the calendar year 2,710 798,780 00 1,279 371,930 00 

Total 4,383 $1,192,.370 00 2,827 $735,-520 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 2,347 634,275 00 1,485 . 380,-525 00 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of ye'ari 2,036 $5-58,095 00 1.-342 $3-54.995 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 415 $6,3-39 33 .310 $4,725 41 

Total . . . . , 415 $6,.339 .33 .310 $4,725 41 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or 

paid during the year 415 6,339 .33 310 4,725 4l 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 2 260 00 1 160 00 



^02 



INDIANA BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, F. A. Kraft. Secretary, G. O. Erni. 

Incorporated April 1, 1SS9. Commenced business May 1, 1889. 

Home office, New Albany, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,290 06 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its ■ ■, 

agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Premiums or assessments $2,623 55 

Interest 265 00 

Total income during the year 2,888 55 

Sum $8,178 61 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $380 50 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 57100 

Total paid to members $951 50 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 10 38 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 572 00 

Salaries of officers 75 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office emploj'es 406 00 . 

Rent 116 00 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses 25 00 

All other items 1130 

Total disbursements 2,167 18 

Balance $6,011 43 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $3,100 00 

Agents' debit balances 63 78 ; 

Cash in office and deposited in banks 2,334 73 

Office furniture, etc ...~ 525 00 

Total $6,023 51 

DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Agents' credit balances 12 08 

Total net ledger assets $6,011 43 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $52 69 

Total non-ledger assets $52 69 



Gross assets $6,064 12 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Agents' debit balances $63 78 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc 525 00 

Total 588 78 



Total admitted assets $5,475 34 



NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. " ". . 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjust- 
ment $18 00 

Total actual liabilities 18 00 



Balance to protect contracts $5,457 34 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $4,584 00 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) 873 34 

Total special funds $5,457 34 



EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year) 1,194 $225,249 OO 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 219 8,760 00 

Total 1,413 $234,009 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 408 16,320 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 1,005 $217,689 00 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 1 12 50 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 62 939 00 

Total 63 $951 50 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (end of year) 1 18 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or specific benefit dur- 
ing the year 9 368 00 



204 



POSTAL ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY. 

President, C. A. Wilcox. Secretary, G. B. Warren. 

Incorporated Julj' 7, 1903. Commenced business July — , 1903. 

Home olflce, South Bend, lud. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 



Gross amount paid by members to tlie association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Premiums or assessments $1,402 50 

From all other sources •. 2,500 00 

Total income during the year 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $465 19 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 846 25 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 167 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 187 47 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses 54 50 

All other items 177 73 

Total disbursements 

Balance 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in offlce, $56.98; deposited in banks, $1.947.3S $2,004 36 

Total net ledger assets 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Supplies, printed matter, stationery $85 00 

Net unpaid assessments 73 69 

Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets 



$3,902 50 



1,898 14 



$2,004 36 



$2,004 36 



158 69 



$2,163 05 



20f> 



' - DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Supplies, printed matter and stationery, etc $85 00 

Excess of assessments over cliarges for liability on same ac- 
count 73 69 

Total $158 69 

Total admitted assets $2,004 36 

Balance to protect contracts $2,004 36 

Comprised under the following funds: 
Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $2,000 00 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) 4 36 

Total special funds $2,004 36 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Total 634 $457,150 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 185 139,750 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 449 $317,400 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 37 $465 19 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or paid during the 

year 37 465 19 



^06 



SECURITY ACCIDEI^T AND SICK BENEFIT 
ASSOCIATION. 

President, M. F. Gerrish. Secretary, T. G. Saltmarsh. 

Incorporated June 16, 1900, under act of March 9, 1S97. Commenced business 

June 16, 1900. 

Home offlce, Sejnnour, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $3,342 08 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $1,254 50 

Premiums or assessments 2,979 75 

Total income during the year 4,234 25 



Sum ^ $7,576 33 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid $1,49103 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 1,254 50 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 58 68 

Salaries of officers 1,400 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 170 20 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 78 70 

All other items 148 00 

Total disbursements 4,601 11 



Balance $2,975 22 

DEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposited in banks $2,975 22 

Total net ledger assets $2,975 22 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Reported probable liability $100 00 

Total actual liabilities 100 00 



Balance to protect contracts $2,875 22 



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EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 

No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning ot year) 403 $317,620 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 502 397.025 00 

Total 905 $714,645 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 534 409.760 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year 371 $304,885 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 64 $1,491 03 

Total 64 $1,49103 



208 
WABASPI MUTUAL BEXEFIT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Max Heintze. Secretary, E. Bierhaus, Jr. 

Incorporated May 28, 1900. Commenced business June 4, 1900. 

Home office, Vincennes, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,441 3d 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or ottier ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented by 

applications $7,442 00 

Premiums or assessments 13.149 58 

f 

Total paid by members $20,591 5S 

From all other sources 1.010 39 

Total income during the year 21,601 97 

Sum $27,043 36 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING \EAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $274 05 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 3.360 84 

Total paid to, members $3,634 89 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 7,771 lo 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 7 579 22 

Salaries of officers 780 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 520 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 790 20 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 81 70 

All other items 815 80 

Total disbursements 22 072 91 

Balance $4,970 45 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office and deposited in banks $2,257 00 

Premium notes 1,982 70 

Furniture and fixtures 800 OO 

Total $5,039 70 

DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 
Agents' credit balances 69 25 

Total net ledger assets $4,970 45 



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NON-LEDQKR ASSETS. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
lecting same $865 00 

Total non-ledger assets $865 00 

Gross assets $5,835 45 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, and safes, supplies, printed matter and ! 

stationery, etc $800 00 j 

Premium notes 1.982 70 • 

Depreciation from above net or ledger assets to bring same ': 

to market value 803 00 

Total 3,585 70 

Total admitted assets $2,249 75 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Resisted claims $62 00 

Advance assessments 69 51 

Total actual liabilities 131 51 

Balance to protect contracts $2,118 24 

Comprised under the following funds: 
Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $2,086 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Bu.'ine.'P. Business in Indiara. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force Decemlier 31 

(beginning of year) 1,846 $207,872 00 1,846 $207,872 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased dur- 
ing the calendar year 3,715 397,200 00 3,715 397,200 00 

Total 5,561 $605,072 00 5.561 $605,072 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 3,461 388,182 00 3,461 388,182 00 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 2,100 $216,890 00 2.100 $216,890 00 

Losses or claims imnaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 5 $185 00 5 $185 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 646 3,511 89 646 3.511 89 

Total 651 $3.696 89 6.51 $3,693 89 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or 

paid during the year 650 3,634 89 650 3.634 89 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (end of 

year) 1 $62 00 1 $62 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 5 $274 05 5 S 274 05 

14— Ins, Dkpt. 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 

OF 

Assessment Accident Associations 
of other states, 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE SAME ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



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212 



AMERICAN HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE 

COMPANY. 

President, G. P. C. Eyre. Secretary, C. A. Bush. 

Incorporated February 2, 1898. Commenced business February 2, 1898. 

Home office, Detroit, Midi. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,915 74 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents, without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $4,081 00 

Annual dues as per contract 28,708 10 

Total paid by members $32,789 10 

Interest 198 92 

Total income during the year 32,988 02 



Sum $38,903 76 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $540 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 8,352 22 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 26 00 

Total paid to member's $8,918 22 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 4,55199 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 3,353 28 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 961 00 

Salaries of officers " 6,518 81 

Salaries and other compensation of office emplo.res 1,197 01 ■ 

Rent, advertising and printing 2,179 80 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses 96 25 

All other items 4,702 06 

Total disbursements 32,478 42 



Balance $6,425 34 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $1,008 00 

Cash deposited in banks 5,417 34 

* 

Total net ledger assets $6,425'34 



213 



~ NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture and fixtures $1,069 09 

Printed matter .' 3b0 00 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
leetins same 2,547 90 



Total non-ledger assets $3,966 99 



Gross assets ." $10,392 33 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc $1,419 09 

Excess of assessments over charges for liability on same ac- 
count • 2,078 1.5 



Total 3,497 24 



Total admitted assets $6,895 09 



NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Reported probable liability $469 75 

Advance assessments 65 00 



Total actual liabilities ,534 75 



Balance to protect contracts $6,360 34 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATE OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 2,350 $352,500 00 300 $42,975 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased dur- 
ing the calendar year 4,081 612,1.50 00 1,219 182,850 00 



Total 6,431 $904,650 00 1,-519 $225,825 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 3,431 514,650 00 919 137,850 00 

Total policies or certificates in force De 

cember 31 (end of year) 3,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 
year 

Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or 

paid during the .vear 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 



3,000 


$450,000 00 


600 


$87,975 00 


626 


$8,352 22 


114 

114 


$1,200 04 


626 


$8,352 22 


$1,200 04 


626 


8,352 22 


114 


1,200 04 


1 


540 00 







! • 214 . 

AMERICAN RELIEF SOCIETY. 

President, I. Riielle. Secretary, A. D. Bailey. 

Commenced business May, 1900. Home office, Bay City, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year $3,548 55 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $30,875 00 

Temporary disability benefit and expense 49,017 72 

Total paid by members $79,892 72 

Interest 45 00 

Total income during the year 79,937 72 



Sum $83, 486 27 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $1,850 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 29,946 09 

Total paid to members $31,796 09 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 29,439 24 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 4,788 81 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 467 56 

Salaries of officers. » 5,720 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,779 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 1,914 76 

Insurance department fees, agents' licenses and legal ex- 
penses 215 00 

All other items 1,837 95 

Total disbursements 77,958 41 



Balance $5,527 86 

" LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office and deposited in banks $5,527 86 

Total net ledger assets $5,527 86 



215 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Premiums or assessments due aud unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
lecting same $4,6(52 00 

Total non-ledger assets $4,662 00 

Gross assets $10,189 86 

I DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. , ] 

Excess of assessment over charges for liability on same ac- 
count $1,162 00 

Total $1,162 00 

Total admitted assets $9,027 86 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Specific indemnity claims in process of adjustment $300 00 1 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment 2,400 00 
Advance assessments 478 50 

Total actual liabilities 3,178 50 

Balance to protect contracts $5,849 36 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $5,023 42 

General or expense (less Included in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) 504 44 

Total special funds $5,527 86 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Busines.s. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 4,354 $707,400 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased dur- 
ing the calendar year 6,175 1,445,000 00 26 $7,300 00 

Total 10,529 $2,152,400 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 5,547 909,510 00 12 $3,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 4,982 $1,242,890 00 14 $3,800 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 1,484 $29,946 09 4 $44 25 

Total 1,484 $29,946 09 4 $44 25 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 18 1,850 00 



216 



LOYAL PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATIGIsr. 

President, S. A. Alleu. Secretaiy, F. R. Talks. 

Commenced business September, 1895. Home office, Boston, Mass. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of previous year .-. . . $3S,i40 oO 

INCOME DURING TEAK. 

Gross amount paid bj- members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $42.310 00 

Annual dues as per contract .' 58,808 10 

Premiums or assessments: Emergency 119,512 00 

Total paid by members $220,630 10 

Interest S'^l 0* 

From all other sources 8' 50 

Total income during the year 221, .578 64 

Sum $260,319 14 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid ^6,910 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 106.04165 

Advanced payments returned to rejected applicauLs 186 45 

Total paid to menabcrs $113,138 10 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 44.aS9 30 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 8,011 81 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 3,491 61 

Salaries of officers 22.234 59 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4.414 45 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 5,14108 

Insurance department fees, agents" licenses and legal ex- 
penses 4.466 88 

All other items , 5.723 12 

Total disbursements $211.210 94 

Balance $49,108 20 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $5,280 75 

Cash in office and deposited in banks 43.827 45 

Total net ledger assets $49,108 20 



Sil 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS-. 

interest accrued .......!..........■...-....... $324 96 

Market value of bonds and stocks uvei' book value, not in- 
cluding interest 387 50 



Total non-ledger assets $712 46 



Gross assets $49.S20 6Q 



NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. ' • 

Specific indemnity claims not yet due $1.700 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment 3. .558 50 
Salaries, rent, expenses, taxes bills, accounts, commissions. 

fees, etc., due and accrued 5.694 5.5 

Advance assessments 344 .50 

All other 16.692 39 



Total actual liabilities 27.989 94 



Balance to protect contracts $21,830 72 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Mortuary and disability $9,968 13 . 

Reverse or emergency 7.124 24 

General or expense 4,738 35 ■ 



Total special funds $21,830 72 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR ROLICIES. 

Total Busine??. Bu-sinops in Tndiann. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certiflcates in force Decemlier 31 

(beginning of year) 14.039 S4,. 560, 0.50 00 .... 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 8.462 3.209.750 00 3.50 $125.350 00 



Total 22.501 $7,769.800 00 3.50 $125,3.50 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 4.459 1.584.7.50 00 23 4.600 00 



Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 18.042 $6.185.0.50 00 327 $120,750 00 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 425 $25,7.58 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
- dar year 2,791 92,813 15 9 $140 00 



Total 3,221 $118,57115 9 $140 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 2,741 $113,.312 65 9 $140 00 

Losses and claims unpaid Decemlier 31 (end 

of year) 480 5,2.58 50 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 72 8,350 00 — 



NATIONAL ACCIDENT SOCIETY. 

President, C.has. H. Webb. Secretary, J- I- Barnum. 

Commenced business December, 1885. Home office, New Yorli, N. Y. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31 of prpvious year $36,673 69 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents witliout deductions for commissions or otlier ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $11,765 00 

Temporary disability benefit and expense 55,312 04 



Total paid by members $67,077 04 

Interest 1-660 81 

E'rom all other sources 481 75 



Total income during the year... 69,219 60 



Sum $105,893 29 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $2,000 00 

Temporary disability claims paid 9,470 18 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 599 81 



Total paid to members $12,069 99 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues H'^IJ ^^ 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 12,319 12 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 

Insurance department fees, agents' licenses and legal ex 

penses 

All other items „ 

Total disbursements 

Balance $50,500 69 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $33,282 25 

Agents' debit balances 216 00 

Cash in office and deposited in banks 17,002 44 



9,949 67 
4,233 41 

1.374 36 
3,734 55 






55,392 60 



Total $50,500 69 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $270 00 

Furniture, fixtures, etc 5,206 00 

Premiums or assessments dni^and nniiaid on last call made 
within sixtj^ days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
lecting same 12,118 03 



Total non-ledger assets 17,594 03 



Gross assets $68,094 72 



219 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and sta- 
tionery, etc $5,206 00 

Depreciation from above net or ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 996 25 

Excess of assessment over charges for liability on same ac- 
count 7,362 53 

Total $13,564 7S 



Total admitted assets $54,529 94 



NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment $4,755 50 
Advance assessments 5,229 25 



Total actual liabilities 9,984 75 



Balance to protect contracts $44,545 19 

Comprised under the follov\ing funds: 
Mortuary (less included in liability or assets unadmitted) — $10,306 57 
Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets 

unadmitted) 24.926 00 

General or expense (less included in liabilitj- or assets un- * 

admitted) 9,312 62 



Total special funds $44,545 19 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 6.023 $19,924,450 00 

Policies or certificates written or Increased 

during the calendar year 4,448 6,542,400 00 107 $326,500 00 



Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 
during the year 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) i 

Losses or claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 

Total , 

Losses and claims scaled down, comprom- 
ised or paid during the year 



10,471 


$26,466,850 00 


107 


$326,500 00 


4 ''53 


S.454,700 00 


107 








6.218 


$18,012,150 00 


$326,500 00 


57 


$4,188 50 
12,037 IS 






640 


11 
11 


$183 70 


697 


$16,225 68 


$183 70 


571 


11,470 18 


9 


149 70 



Losses and claims unpaid December 31 

(end of year) 126 $4,755 50 2 $34 00 



220 

I^ATIOXAL LIFE AND ACCIUENT INSURANCE 
COMPANY. 

President, C. A. Cray. Secretary, W. R. Wills. 

Commenced business March, 1900. 

Home office, Nashville, Tenu. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $34,726 41 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $16,852 .57 

Annual dues as per contract 270,481 00 

Total paid by members $287,333 57 

Inrterest 445 91 

Rents 756 45 

From all other sources 100 00 

Total income during the year 288,635 93 

Sum $323,362 34 

DISBURSIEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $16,088 06 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 60,435 63 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 381 89 

Total paid to members $76,905 58 

Dividends 4, .500 00 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 78,099 96 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 77,850 48 

Salaries of officers 10,000 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,555 54 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 6,355 56 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 1,888 52 

All other items 14,627 49 

Total disbursements 273,783 13 

Balance $49,579 21 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value real estate, unincumbered $8,296 95 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens 4,460 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks, or other collateral 2,700 00 

Book value of bonds find stocks owned 17,465 27 

Agents' debit balances 723 33 

Cash in' office and deposited in banks 14,413 87 

Bills receivable 1,763 67 

Accounts 974 43 

Total $50,797 55^ 



221 



DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 
Agents' credit balances 1,21S 31 



Total net ledger assets $49,579 21 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $515 14 

Furniture and fixtures 3,394 64 

Total non-ledger assets 3,909 78 



Gross assets ■ < $53,488 99 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Agents' debit balances, unsecured $723 33 

Furniture, fixtures, and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc 3.394 64 



Total . 4,117 97 



Total admitted assets $49.37102 



NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Balance to protect contracts $49,371 02 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $10.000 00 

Capital stock 30,000 00 



Total special funds $40.000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Busine.=.«. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 41.218 $1,648,720 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 73,674 2,946.960 00 4,457 $178,280 00 



Total 114,892 $4,595,680 00 4.457 $1(8,280 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 58,-517 2,340,680 00 1,668 66,7:0 00 



Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember .31 (end of year) ,56.375 $2,255,000 00 2.789 $111,560 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year $76.-523 69 $834 90 



Total $76,523 69 $834 90 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year., . . 76.523 69 ,,..-, 834 90 



222 
XATIOXAL MASOI^riC ACCIDEIs^T ASSOCIATION. 

President, A. Wiugate. Secretary, H. C. Alverson. 

Incorporated July 12, 1S89. Commenced business July 31, 1889. 

Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 

BALANCE SITEFrr. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $80,294 06 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Temporary disability benefit and expense $120,967 03 

Interest 2,596 73 

From all other sources 2,108 03 

Total income during the year 125,67179 

Sum $205,965 85 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $30,555 22 

Temporary disability claims paid 44,072 40 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 29161. 

Total paid to members , $74,919 23 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 6,311 72 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 11,750 00 

Salaries of officers 19,000 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,481 20 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing •■ 3.787 58 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 3,468 92 

All other items 6,122 15 

Total disbursements 130,840 80 

Balance : $75,125 05 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $10,000 00 

Cash deposited in banlis 65,125 05 

Total net ledger assets $75,125 05 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
lecting same $7,991 00 

Total non-ledger assets 7,991 00 

Gross assets ,,... , $83,11605 



22? 



NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Sjpecific indemnity claims, resisted $7,175 00 

Advance assessments 816 00 

total actual liabilities $7,99100 

Balance to protect contracts $75,125 05 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less included iu liability or assets un- 
admitted $73,GB4 62 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) 1,460 43 

Total special funds $75,125 05 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 10,746 $41,608,000 00 188 $737,750 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during tlie calendar year..., 8,004 26.293,.500 00 46 120,. 500 00 

Total 18,7.50 $67,901,500 00 234 $858,250 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 7.833 28,385,500 00 72 406,250 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 
December 31 (end of year) 10,917 $39,516,000 00 162 $452,000 00 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 6 $13,255 00 1 $750 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 1.127 68,547 62 17 5,271 65 

Total 1.133 $81,802 62 18 $6,021 65 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 1,129 74,627 62 17 5,27165 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 

(end of year) 4 $7,175 00 1 $750 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 15 $30,555 22 1 $4,000 00 



224 



NATIONAL PROTECTIVE SOCIETY. 

President, D. E. Thomas. Secretary, F. S. Dewey. 

Incorporated May 26, 1894. Commenced business May 1, 1894. 

Home office Detroit, Mich. 



BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$40,162 31 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membersliip fees required or represented by 

applications $2,191 95 

Temporary disability benefit and expense 248,475 75 

Total paid by members $250,667 70 

Interest 1,191 16 

Total income during the year 251,858 86 

Sum $292,021 17 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $8,705 89 

Temporary di&abilitj' benefit claims paid 100,942 68 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 148 71 

Total paid to members $109,797 28 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 38,086 87 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 13,778 61 

Salaries of officers 29,700 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 8,786 61 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 11,787 14 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 3,214 19 

All other items 20,625 28 

Total disbursements 235,775 98 

Balance $56,245 19 

LEDG<ER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $26,405 00 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned 7.900 00 

Agents' debit balances 3,918 83 

Cash in office and deposited in banks 18,476 92 

Total $56,700 75 



225 

DEDUCT LEDGER LIABILITIES. 
All other 455 56 



Total net ledger assets $56,245 19 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued i $663 27 

Less cost of collecting same 23,500 49 

Total non-ledger assets 24,163 76 



Gross assets $80,408 95 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Excess of assessments over charges for liability on same ac- 
count $10,000 49 

Total 10,000 49 

Total admitted assets $70,408 46 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Specific claims in process of adjustment $13,500 00 

Total actual liabilities .'. 13,500 00 



Balance to protect contracts -. $56,908 46 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Mortuary (less included in liability or assets unadmitted) $53,516 50 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted 2,728 69 

Total special funds $56,245 19 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIB^ICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 21,150 $6,245,000 00 1,830 $549,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year .,: 20,212 6,063,600 00 2,873 861,900 00 

Total 41,362 $12,408,600 00 4,703 $1,410,900 00 

■ Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 17,523 5,256,900 00 1,855 556,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) :w. 23,839 $7,151,700 00 2,848 $854,400 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 6,348 $109,649 57 765 $11,520 46 

Total 6,348 $109,649 57 765 $11,520 46 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 6,348 109,649 57 765 11,520 46 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
death or specific benefit during the 
year 57 8,705 89 3 700 00 

15— Ins. Dkpt. 



226 
NEW YORK CASUALTY COMPANY. 

President, G. E. Green. Secretary, H. B. Heylman. 

Incorporated April 1, 1886. Commenced business August 12, 1886. 

Home office, 35 Nassau street, New York, N. Y. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $21,425 45 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Premiums or assessments $70,852 90 

Interest 468 28 

Total income during the year 71,32118 

Sum , $92,746 63 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $2,150 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 24,559 66 

Total paid to members , . $26,709 66 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 23,499 66 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions 1,441 69 

Salaries of officers 3,869 12 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,207 70 

Rent, advertising and printing 3,792 24 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 1,769 08 

All other items 4,280 94 

Total disbursements 70,570 09 

Balance $22,176 54 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' debit balances $4,349 81 

Cash in office and deposited In banks 17,826 73 

Total net ledger assets $22,17ff 54 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture and fixtures, supplies, etc $1,500 00 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
lecting same 4,493 56 

Total non-ledger assets 5,993 56 

Gross assets $28,170 10 



227 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Premiums in course of collection, less cost of collection $4,493 56 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc 1,500 00 



Total 5,993 56 



Total admitted assets $22,176 54 



NON-LEDG^ER LIABILITIES. 

Specific indemnity claims adjusted, due and unpaid $1,220 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims resisted.., 2,495 19 



Total actual liabilities 3,715 19 



Balance to protect contracts -N $18,461 35 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $15,500 00 

General or expense (less included in lialjility or assets unad- 
mitted •. 2,326 73 



Total special funds $17,826 73 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 4,938 $20,754,204 00 655 $2,436,720 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during tlie calendar year i 6.413 17.740,580 00 774 2.578.710 00 



Total 11,351 $38,494,784 00 1,429 $5,015,430 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year - 4,355 16,329,532 00 781 2,576,620 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 

Total 

Losses and claims sealed down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 



Losses and claims unpaid December 

31 (end of year) , 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
death or specific benefit during the 
year 



6.996 


$22,165,252 00 


648 


$2,438,810 00 


37 


$1,429 28 


2 


|45 22 


1.650 


28,070 58 


270 
272 


4.004 81 


1,687 


$29,499 86 


$4,050 03 


1.542 


26,709 66 


251 


3,686 61 


145 


$2,790 20 


21 


$363 42 


8 


$2,150 00 







228 

PHCE^^IX ACCIDENT AND SICK BENEFIT 
ASSOCIATION. 

President, W. E. Moore. Secretary, L. O. Chatfleld. 

Incorporated April 27, 1897. Commenced business May 1, 1897. 

Home office, Detroit, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $15,238 54 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association or Its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $31,632 00 

Annual dues as per contract 86,185 84 

Total paid by members $117,817 84 

Interest 321 83 

Rents 371 35 

From all other sources 1,288 16 

Total income during the year 119,799 18 

Sum $135,037 72 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $2,l'r5 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 32,81187 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants.. 203 26 

Total paid to members $35,190 13 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 36,934 69 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 7,338 13 

Salaries and allowances of managers and agents not paid by 

commissions .< 3,423 63 

Salaries of officers 10,693 72 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,535 62 

Rent, advertising and printing 6,047 86 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 864 87 

All other items 10,351 92 

Total disbursements 115,380 57 

Balance $19,657 15 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $11,522 58 

Agents' debit balances 2,489 88 

Deposited in banks 5,644 69 

Total net ledger assets $19,657 15 



229 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $176 71 

Furniture and fixtures 3,000 00 

Marliet value of bonds and stocks over boolc value 1,495 23 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on iast call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
lecting same ., , 8,835 00 



Total non-ledger assets 13,506 94 



Gross assets ^ $33,164 09 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery, etc $3,000 00 

Excess of assessments over charges for liability on same ac- 
count 5,335 00 



Total 8,425 00 



Total admitted assets $24,739 09 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Temporary disability claims in process of adjustment $3,500 00 

Advance assessments ■ 76 50 



Total actual liabilities 3,576 50 



Balance to protect contracts $21,162 59 

Comprised under the follovi'ing funds: 

Mortuary (less included in liability or assets unadmitted) $15,427 72 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) i 5,734 87 



Total special funds $21,162 59 

* EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

, No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 8,589 $1,705,800 00 3,496 $615,200 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 10,544 2,094,800 00 3,226 700,800 00 



Total , 19,133 $3,800,600 00 6,722 $1,316,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 7,942 1,585,400 00 2,875 538,800 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 11,191 $2,215,200 00 "3,847 $777,200 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year \. 2,325 $34,986 87 1,009 $13,375 42 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 2,325 34,986 87 1,009 13,375 42 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 9 2,175 00 3 900 00 



230 



PREFERRED ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, L. O. Chatfleld. Secretary, F. E. Gowling. 

Incorporated October 1, 1889. Commenced business October 22, 1889. 

Home office, Detroit, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $19,789 57 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or other ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Annual dues as per contract , $33,346 75 

Total income during the year 33,346 75 

Sum ,'. $53,136 32 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $9,500 00 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 9,414 47 

Advance payments returned to rejected applicants 18 00 

Total paid to members $18,932 47 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 4,289 37 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments../.. 5,002 €1 

Salaries of officers ". 3,050 70 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,274 70 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 2,235 16 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 492 37 

All other items 1,649 66 

* 

Total disbursements 36,926 44 

Balance -. $16,209 '88 

LEDG/BR ASSETS. 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned $5,800 00 

Cash in office and deposited in banks .\ 10,409 88 

Total net ledger assets $16,209 88 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 

within sixty days on insurance in force $3,255 61 

Total non-ledger assets i 3,255 61 

Gross assets $19,465 49 



231 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Excess of assessments over charges for liability on same ac- 
count \ 



Total 1,755 61 



Total admitted assets $17,709 88 



NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Adjusted not yet due $6,000 00 

Reported probable liability 1,500 00 



Total actual liabilities .7,500 00 



Balance to protect contracts $10,209 88 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) $8,904 50 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) •. ■ 1,305 38 



Total special funds $10,209 88 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 3,882 $21,300,900 00 421 $1,997,500 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year. .^ 492 1,612,500 00 136 371,500 00 



Total 4,374 $22,913,400 00 557 $2,369,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 326 1,612,300 00 41 11.900 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 

Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 
(end of year) 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
death or specific benefit during the 
year 



4,048 


$21,301,100 00 


516 


$2,357,100 00 


28 


$1,047 85 


2 


$81 50 


234 


19,978 30 


27 


1,127 35 


262 


$21,026 15 


29 


$1,208 85 


220 


$18,914 47 


23 


$862 65 


30 




4 


200 00 


4 


9-500 00 





232 



WOODMEN ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, A. D. Faulkner. Secretary, C. E. Spangier. 

Incorporated July 8, 1890. Commenced business August 11, 1890. 

Home office, Lincoln, Neb. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previoiis year $66,071 26 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association or its 
agents without deductions for commissions or otber ex- 
penses, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees required or represented 

by applications $18,502 74 

Annual dues as per contract ^ 31,957 85 

Premiums or assessments 107,813 19 

Total paid by members $158,273 78 

Interest 1,570 91 

Total income during the year 159,844 69 

Sum $225,915 95 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Specific benefit claims paid $8,665 16 

Temporary disability benefit claims paid 84,429 54 

Advance pas^ments returned to rejected applicants 109 05 

Total paid to members $93,203 75 

Commissions and fees retained by or paid or allowed to 

agents on account of fees and dues 11,382 72 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 442 70 

Salaries of officers 17,049 98 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 7,551 41 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 4,532 26 

Insurance department fees and agents' licenses, legal ex- 
penses 1,986 21 

All other items 6,614 60 

Total disbursements 142,763 63 

Balance $83,152 32 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Mortgage loans on real estate, first liens $41,200 00 

Book value of bonds and stocks owned , 10,714 35 

Cash in office and deposited in banks •. 29,237 97 

Deposited with State departments 2,000 00 

Total net ledger assets $83,152 32 



233 



NON-LEDOER ASSETS. 



Interest accrued T. $1,614 10 

Premiums or assessments due and unpaid on last call made 
within sixty days on insurance in force, less cost of col- 
lecting same ), 27,439 20 



Total non-ledger assets 29,053 30 

Gross assets , $112,205 62 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Excess of assessments over charges for liability on same ac- 
count $18,880 42 



Total 18,880 42 

Total admitted assets , $93,325 20 

NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. 

Adjusted not yet due $1,158 68 

Temporary disability benefit claims in process of adjustment 7,400 10 



Total actual liabilities . 8,558 78 



Balance to protect contracts , $84,766 42 

Comprised under the following funds: 

Mortuary (less included in liability or assets unadmitted)... $19,304 57 

Reserve or emergency (less included in liability or assets un- 
admitted) 50,000 00 

General or expense (less included in liability or assets unad- 
mitted) 15,46185 



Total special funds $84,766 42 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Busine,=s. Bu.=iiness in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 19,229 $11,946,750 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 18,555 4,125,200 00 15 $25,000 00 



Total 37,784 $16,071,950 00 15 $25,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 14.917 5,470,650 00 15 25,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) .;.. 22,867 $10,601,300 00 15 $25,000 00 

Losses or claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 



Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 
(end of year) 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 
or specific benefit during the year 



342 
3,231 


$6,034 79 . 
95,618 69 


3 
3 


$25 28, 


3,573 


$101,653 48 


$25 28 


2,975 


$93,094 70 


2 


$19 28 


598 


8,558 78 


1 


60O 00 


17 


8.665 16 . 







ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



Fraternal Beneficiary Associations 
of indiana, 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE ASSOCIATIONS ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



—235- 



236 



NATIOi^AL COUIs^CIL OKDER AMERICA^^ PLOWMEI^. 



President, B. E. Hayes. 
Commenced business April 1, 1898. 



Secretary, L. J. Burdge. 
Home office, Logansport, Ind. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$4,913 56 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $620 30 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 3,281 80 

Assessments for expenses 27,417 70 

Total paid by members $31,319 80 

From all other sources 1,253 7S 

Total income during the year 

Sum , 

^ DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Total paid to members $15,962 45 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies. . .- 13,089 36 

Salaries of officers 2,400 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 775 00 

Medical examiners' fees 250 00 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 1,735 12 

All other items ....\ 1,693 39 

Total disbursements ( 

Balance 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Total net ledger assets 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 
Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets 

Deduct assets not admitted v 

Total admitted assets 



32,573 58 

$37,487 14 



35,905 32 
$1,581 82 



$1,581 82 



375 00 



$1,956 82 
375 00 



$1,581 82 



237 

C0NTINGE3NT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RlBSOURCES). 

Total due from members .-, $2,640 50 

Deduct estimated cost of collection 132 00 

Net amount due from members , $2,508 50 



EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 3,159 $3,738,300 00 2,227 $2,404,100 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 1,533 1,805,250 00 1,041 1,085,550 00 

Total f 4,692 $5,543,550 00 3,268 $3,489,650 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,573 1,893,150 00 1,054 1,104,550 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 3,119 $3,650,400 00 2,214 $2,385,100 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 15 $15,962 45 9 $8,850 00 

Total . . . .1 15 $15,962 45 9 $8,850 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 15 $15,962 45 9 $8,850 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 1,558 1,877,187 55 1,045 1,095,700 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 15 15,962 45 9 8,850 00 



238 



axcie:n^t order of united workmen. 

President, T. D. Neal. • Secretary, Fred Baker. 

Home office, Evansville, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $2,852 77 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $19,106 38 

Assessments: Mortuary, guaranty fund 184,148 75 

Total paid by members ^ $203,255 13 

From all other sources 2,500 00 

Total income during the year ^ 205,755 13 



Sum $208,607 90 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims $169,000 00 

Guaranty fund paid Supreme Lodge '-. 16,150 28 

Total paid to members $185,150 28 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to members of lodges. 1,903 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 9,008 22 

Salaries of officers j 2,250 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office, employes 181 % 

Rent, advertising and printing 3,138 17 

All other items , 6,546 90 

Total disbursements 208,178 52 

Balance $429 38 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund account $429 28 

/ ^ 

Total net ledger assets 1 $429 28 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $375 00 

Total non-ledger assets 375 00 

Gross assets $804 28 



239 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $375 00 

Total 375 00 

Total admitted assets $429 28 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $35,200 00 

Total actual liabilities 35,200 00 

Balance $34,395 72 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). ■ 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $23,970 66 

Mortuarj' assessments, not yet called for losses unadjusted.. 10,425 06 

Total due from members $34,395 72 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses reported $35,200 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities .'{35,200 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year).. 7,670 $12,189,000 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 1,406 158,20(? 

Total 9.076 $13,771,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during tlie year 2.948 3,993,000 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 6,128 $9,778,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 15 $29,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 100 175.000 

Total 115 $204,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or paid during the 

year 93 $169,000 

Policies or certificates terminated bj' lapse 2.848 3,818,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or specific benefit 

during the year .'. 100 175.000 



240 



BENEVOLENT ORDER OF COLONIALS. 

President, J. C. Talbot. Secretary, J. H. Oustad. 

Incorporated December 1, 1900. Commenced business January 2, 1901. 

Home office, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $449 87 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Assessments : Mortuary, reserve $4,544 85 

Medical examiners' fees 205 00 

From all other sources 55 19 

Total income during the year ■ 4,805 04 

Sum $5,254 91 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $982 17 

Payments returned to rejected applicants 8 38 

Total paid to members $990 55 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 27 10 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 682 50 

Salaries of officers I 40 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 525 00 

Medical examiners' fees 179 50 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing , 257 69 

All other items 1,543 45 

Total disbursements 4,245 79 

Balance $1,009 12 

LEDGER ASSETS., 

Bills receivable $212 49 

Cash in office 176 04 

All other deposits 620 59 

Total net ledger assets $1,009 12 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 410 81 

Total non-ledger assets 410 81 

Gross assets $1,419 93 



241 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixture and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $410 81 

Ledger balances, not secured ^ 212 49 



Total 623 30 



Total admitted assets $796 63 



LIABILITIES. 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued $318 19 

Advance assessments 61 58 



Total actual liabilities 379 r? 



Balance $416 86 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Total due from members $407 58 

Deduct estimated cost of collection ■ 5 75 



Net amount due from members $401 83 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 695 $617,350 00 659 $586,400 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 416 346,600 00 396 332,600 00 



Total 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 
during the year 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 



1.111 


$963,950 00 


1,055 


$919,000 00 


501 


417,800 00 


482 


399,750 00 


610 


$546,150 00 


- 573 


$519,250 00 


26 


$982 17 


26 


$982 17 



Total ; 26 $982 17 26 $982 17 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 26 $982 17 26 $982 17 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 

during 1903 ; 501 417,800 00 482 399,750 0{; 



16— Ins. Dept. 



. 242 

CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT LEAGUE OF INDIANA. 

President, H. F. Kennerk. Secretary, Julian F. Francke. 

Commenced business April 1, 1900. Home office, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $6,592 47 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $736 61 

Assessments: Mortuary 5,701 44 

Interest , 9947 

From all other sources 75 75 "■ 

Total income during the year 6,613 27 

Sum $13,205 74 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims $7,000 00 

Salaries of officers 230 00 

Advertising and printing 19125 

All other items 261 33 

Total disbursements , 7,682 58 

Balance $5,523 16 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund account $5,523 16 

Total net ledger assets ., $5,523 16 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATE'S OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year) 459 $553,-500 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 37 26,250 00 

Total 496 $579.750 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 43 44,000 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 453 $535,750 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 4 $7,000 00 

Total 4 $7,000 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or paid during 

the year 4 $7,000 00 

Policies and certificates terminated by lapse and claims unpaid 

December 31 (end of year) 39 37.000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or specific benefit 

during the year 4 7,000 00 



243 



FRATERNAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA. 

President, P. A. Randall. Secretary, F. S. Jones. 

Incorporated June 20, 1902. Commenced business July 1, 1902. 

Home oflSce, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $23 60 ' 

Assessments: Mortuary expenses 12,095 98 

Total paid by members $12,119 58 

Rent 12 50 

From all other sources 19,307 52 

Total income during the year $31,439 60 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $4,246 40 

Payments returned to applicants or members 141 52 " 

Total paid to members $4,387 92 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 1,573 99 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 5,049 28 

Salaries of officers 2,484 67 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,532 93 

Medical examiners' fees 2,068 96 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing , 893 33 

All other items * 7,143 04 

Total disbursements $25,134 12 

LEDGER ASSETS. ' 

Agents' ledger balances $1,499 89 

Cash in office 4,651 71 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund account 153 88 

Total net ledger assets $6,305 48 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $725 91 

Other items 463 40 

Total non-ledger assets ; 1,189 31 

• Gross assets .-. $7,494 79 



244 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $725 91 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 1,499 89 



Total 2,225 80 



Total admitted assets .) $5,268 99 



LIABILITIES. 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued $294 25 

Advance assessments 1 1,196 83 



Total actual liabilities 1,491 08 



Balance $3,777 91 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar y6ar 1,985 $1,029,500 00 1,985 $1,029,500 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,398 597,350 00 1,398 597,350 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 587 $432,150 00 587 $432,150 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 2 $1,000 00 2 $1,000 00 



Total 2 $1,000 00 2 $1,000 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 2 $1,000 00 2 $1,000 00 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse .1 1,395 596,350 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 2 1,000 00 2 1,000 00 



245 



FRONTIERSMEN^. 

President, F. C. Miiller. Secretary, W. J. Crisp. 

Incorporated March 14, 1903. Commenced business, September 1, 1903. 

Home office, Evansville, Ind. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 



Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $99 20 

Assessments : Mortuary 833 86 

Cert, fees 56 00 

Medical examiners' fees 3/2 00 

Total paid by members $1,361 06 

From all other sources 2,260 00 

Total income during the year 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to agents on account 

of fees and dues $523 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions.. 300 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes S5 00 

Medical examiners' fees 372 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 455 90 

All other Items 290 20 

Total disbursements *. 

Balance 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' ledger balances $363 35 

Cash in office 1,23161 

Total net ledger assets 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and sta- 
tionery 355 50 

Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets 



$3,621 06 



2,026 10 



$1,594 96 



$1,594 96 



355 50 



$1,950 46 



246 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter, station- 
ery $355 50 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 303 35 

Total 658 85 

Total admitted assets $1,291 61 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates written or increased during tlie calendar 

year 349 $264,250 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 38 32,500 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 311 $231,750 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse during 1903 38 32,500 



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IMPROVED ORDER KA^IGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 

President, J. L. Bieler. Secretary, E. P. Knodel. 

Incorporated October 17, 1903. Home otfice, Indianapolis, Ind. 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association, without 

deductions, as follows: 
Assessments : Mortuary $2,682 55 



Total income during the year .^ $2,682 55 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 
Claims paid $2,000 00 



Total disbursements $2,000 00 



Balance $682 55 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund account $4,164 09 
All other deposits 525 72 



Total net ledger assets $4,689 81 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates written or increased dur- 
ing the calendar year 2,711 $677,700 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 8 2,000 00 8 $2,000 00 



248 



KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF COLUMBIA. 

President, Ormond Kennedy. Secretary, John Roth. 

Commenced business April 1, 1895. Home office. South Bend, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
AmouTit of net ledger assets December 31st, of previous year $4,823 50 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,625 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 9,778 00 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense 45,777 34 

Medical examiners' fees 2,625 00 

Total paid by members $60,805 34 

Interest 39 82 

Total income during the year 60,845 16 

Sum $65,668 66 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. , 

Claims paid $22,200 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account of fees and dues $8,953 41 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 9,778 00 

Salaries of officers 3,050 12 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 520 55 

Medical examiners' fees 3,399 50 

Rent, advertising and printing 1,279 85 

All other items 3^01 43 

Total disbursements 52,582 86 

Balance • $13,085 80 

LEDG^ER ASSETS. 

Agents' ledger balances $711 65 

Cash in office 718 57 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 11,655 58 

Total net ledger assets $13,085 80 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Total non-ledger assets 3,580 76 

Gross assets $16,666 56 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and sta- 
tionery $3,580 76 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 711 65 

Total .' 4,292 41 

Total admitted assets $12,374 15 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $9,157 38 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 4,346 $4,048,500 3,039 $2,955,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 2,625 2,177,500 1,734 1,465,750 

. Total 6,971 $6,226,000 4,873 $4,121,250 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 1,540 1,270,350 1,274 691,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 5,431 $4,956,650 3,599 $3,430,250 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar 

year 26 $22,000 15 $11,000 

Total ' 26 $22,000 15 $11,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 26 $22,000 15 $11,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 

during the year 1,514 1,248,350 1,259 680,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 26 22,000 15 11,000 



250 



KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF HONOR. 

President, L. B. Lockard. Secretary, G. D. Tait. 

Commenced business September, 1877. Home oflSce, Indianapolis, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st, of previous 

year $166,412 15 

INCOME. DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $2,441 00 

Assessments, mortuary, expense 1,452,245 19 

Total paid by members $1,454,686 19 

Interest 5,696 83 

From all other sources 4,376 21 

Total income during the year 1,464,759 23 

Sum $1,631,171 38 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims $1,150,62-0 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents... 96,916 40 

Salaries of officers 13,714 47 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 9,921 15 

Medical examiners' fees 2,391 68 

Rent, advertising and printing 2,380 83 

All other items 20,586 75 

Total disbursements 1,296,537 28 

Balance $334,634 10 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $18,000 00 

Deposited with trust companies to secure appeal bonds.. 950 00 

Book value of office furniture; 2,296 93 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 162,794 34 

Agents' and Grand Lodge ledger balances and bills receiv- 
able 2,087 44 

All other deposits 148,505 39 

Total net ledger assets $334,634 10 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $2,48128 

Other items 125,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 127,481 28 

Gross assets $462,115 38 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture fixtures and safes $2,296 93 

Depreciation of cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 1,655 54 

Total 3,952 47 

Total admitted assets $458,162 91 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses not due and unpaid, adjusted $30,5(X) 00 

Losses not adjusted and resisted 114,800 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued... 8,517 53 

Total actual liabilities 153,817 53 

Balance $304,345 38 

EXHIBIT OF CERTI^'ICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 60,875 $66,962,000 3,528 $3,263,000 

Policies or certificates vs^ritten or increased 

during the calendar year 18,985 17,458,500 1,344 1,001,000 

Total 79,860 $84,420,500 4,872 4,264,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 9,109 8,688,000 913 675,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 70,751 $75,732,500 3,959 $3,589,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 112 $125,276 5 $4,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 980 1,179,000 45 52,500 

Total 1,092 $1,304,276 50 $56,500 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 958 $1,158,976 44 $50,500 

Policies and certificates terminated by lapse 8,123 7,505,000 868 623,000 
Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 986 1,183,000 45 52,000 



252 



MODERN samarita:j^s of the world. 

President, C. G. Conn. Secretary, Harry S. Chester. 

Commenced business March 23, 1898. Home office, Elkhart, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,061 38 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $10 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 2,406 08 

Assessments : Mortuary, expense 15,644 36 

Medical examiners' fees 461 50 

Interest and rent 20,034 36 

Prom all other sources 2,609 16 

Total income during the year 21,131 10 

Sum $26,192 48 

DISBURSEMtENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims and sick benefit claims $9,818 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 6,714 67 

Salaries of officers 3,235 10 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,271 75 

Medical examiners' fees 595 50 

Rent, advertising and printing 1,079 29 

All other items 3,393 49 

Total disbursements 26,107 80 

Balance $84,68 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Total net ledger assets , $84 68 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter, stationery $560 00 

Other items 130 00 

Total non-ledger assets 690 00 

Gross assets $774 68 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and 

stationery $690 00 

Total 690 00 

Total admitted assets $84 68 



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CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Net amount due from members $2,240 84 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not yet due $1,300 00 

Losses resisted 2,000 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $3,300 00 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 1,765 $1,951,425 1,765 $1,951,425 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 995 830,800 920 765,425 

Total 2,760 $2,782,225 2,685 $2,716,850 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 544 526,700 528 511,000 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 2,216 $2,255,525 2,157 $2,205,850 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 2 $2,200 2 $2,200 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 7 7,650 7 7,650 

Total 9 $9,850 9 $9,850 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 7 $8,550 7 $8,550 

Policies and certificates terminated by lapse.. 544 526,700 528 511,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 7 7,650 7 7,650 



254 



SUPREME TRIBE OF BE^ HUR. 

President, D. W. Gerard. Secretary, F. L. Snyder. 

Commenced business Marcli 1, 1894. Home office, Crawfordsville, Ind. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year |440,404 75 

INCOME DURING TEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $1,945 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 98,222 25 

Assessments: Mortuary, reserve ^.. 738,086 00 

Medical examiners' fees 585 50 

Total paid by members $838,838 75 

Interest and rent 14,274 36 

From all other sources 6,145 59 

Total income during the year .- 859,258 70 

Sum $1,299,663 45 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Total paid to members . . .' $565,595 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 78,465 44 

Salaries of officers 12,499 99 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 14,664 50 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 8,105 28 

All other items .' 36,827 73 

Total disbursements •; 716,157 94 

Balance $583,505 51 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $10,277 45 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 50,750 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 330,6e8 72 

Cash deposited in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 19,279 28 

All other deposits .- 172,530 06 

Total net ledger assets $583,505 51 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $3,088 67 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances 2,000 00 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 6.424 97 

Furniture, fixtures and safes ^ 3,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 14.513 64 

Gross assets $598,019 15 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Total 3,000 00 

Total admitted assets $595,019 15 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Net amount due from members $65,090 00 

CONTINGENT InIOSTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Total contingent mortuary liabilities $94,050 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 62,996 $79,802,900 16,549 $21,335,600 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 17,782 21,531,400 3,416 3,841,700 

Total 80,778 $101,334,300 19,965 $25,177,300 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 7,706 9,872,075 1,265 1,525,250 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 73,072 $91,462,225 18,700 $23,652,050 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 50 $75,450 11 $20,080 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 455 600,425 98 125,400 

Total 505 $675,875 109 $145,480 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 435 $565,595 98 $128,130 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 7,210 9,311,650 1,144 1,363,800 
Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 496 560,425 102 125,000 



ABSTRACTS OF ANNUAL STATEMENTS 



FRATERNAL BENEFICIARY ASSOCIATIONS 
OF OTHER STATES, 



ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, SHOWING 
THE CONDITION OF THE ASSOCIATIONS ON 



DECEMBER 31, 1903. 



17— Ins. Dept. —257— 



258 



AMERICAN GUILD. 

President, Charles T. O'Ferrall, Secretary, S. Galeski. 

Commenced business Feb. 12, 1890. Home office, No. 9 N. Tenth St., Richmond, Va. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $123,793 06 

INCOME DURING Y<EAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Total paid by members 5323,508 33 

Interest and rent 665 27 

From all other sources 72,889 94 

Total Income during the year 397,063 54 

Sum $520,856 60 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $198,933 18 

Temporary disability and old age benefits 34,685 40 

Total paid to members $233,618 58 

Commissions and fees 116,815 91 

Salaries of oflScers 10,844 68 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6,406 70 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 3,386 09 

All other items 15,355 64 

Total disbursements 386,427 60 

Balance $134,429 00 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate In cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $9,531 25 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 11,847 44 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 59,853 50 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 22,406 99 

All other deposits 35,789 82 

Total net ledger assets $134,429 00 

LIABILITIES. 

Total actual liabilities 54,83100 

Balance $79,598 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Net amount due from members $28,916 53 



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CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Total contingent mortuary liabilities $32,836 56 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total BusinesR. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 15,462 $17,587,000 00 180 $129,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 5,660 5,967,500 00 6 4,000 00 

Total 21,122 $23,554,500 00 186 $133,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 4,679 6,686,000 00 40 49,000 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 16,443 $16,868,500 00 146 $84,000 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 32 $36,232 86 1 $743 89 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 677 234,582 28 3 638 27 

Total 709 $270,815 14 4 $1,382 16 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 664 $233,618 58 4 $1,382 16 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 

during year 4,493 6,496,964 63 39 48,448 19 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 186 189.035 37 1 55181 



260 



Al^CIEITT ORDER OF GLEANERS. 

President, Ara Collins. Secretary, G. H. Slocum. 

Commenced business October 19, 1894. Home office, Caro, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $58,819 83 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,892 80 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 27,000 59 

Certificate fees 1,692 45 

Assessments: Mortuary, reserve 137,997 45 

Medical examiners' fees 1,374 25 

Total paid by members $170,957 54 

Interest and rent 1,219 00 

From all other sources 1,993 23 

Total income during the year 174,169 77 

Sum $232,989 60 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Total paid to members...: $105,080 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 2,892 80 

Salaries of managers and. agents not paid by commissions... 8,033 28 

Salaries of officers 3,891 45 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 4,580 74 

Medical examiners' fees 1,374 25 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 2,663 08 

All other items 13,508 96 

Total disbursements 104,024 56 

Balance $90,965 04 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $15,000 00 

Cash deposited in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 52,538 19 

All other deposits 23,426 85 

Total non-ledger assets $90,965 04 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost $1,171 87 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 2,897 42 

Other items 22,311 90 

Total non-ledger assets 26,381 19 

Gross assets $117,346 23 



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DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $2,897 42 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 9,091 90 

Total 11,989 32 

Total admitted assets $105,356 91 

LIABILITIES. 

Total actual liabilities 13,220 00 

Balance $92,136 91 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Net amount due from members $22,31190 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted not yet due 13,220 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $9,09190 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Bu=iness Businesi; in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Aiuouut. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 29,593 $25,640,250 1,150 $969,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

.during the calendar year 5,284 4,712,750 552 485,750 

Total : 34,877 $30,353,000 1,702 $1,454,750 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 1,279 1,134,750 92 78,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 33,598 $29,218,250 1,610 $1,376,250 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 12 $8,860 1 $400 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 119 99,755 5 3,480 

Total 131 $108,615 6 $3,880 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 116 $96,355 6 $3,880 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 1,160 1,034,995 87 75,020 
Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 119 99,755 5 3,480 



262 



BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMEN. 



President, J. E. Paul. 
Commenced business February 25, 1897. 



Secretary, W. E. Dary. 
Home office, Des Moines, Iowa. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$185,179 57 



INCOME DURING "SEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees ; $11,473 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 138,586 28 

Assessments: Mortuary, reserve 387,203 36 

Medical examiners' fees 6,393 70 

Total paid by members $543,656 84 

Interest and rent 9,524 13 

From all other sources 809 67 

Total income during the year 553,990 64 

Sum $739,170 21 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims ^. $308,102 41 

Payments returned to rejected applicants 53 35 

Total paid to members $308,155 76 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 59,230 67' 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 20,361 38 

Salaries of officers 11,364 72 

Salaries board of directors 1,245 90 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 10,763 42 

Medical examiners' fees 14,854 62 

Bent, taxes, advertising and printing 9,955 83 

All other items 20,215 83 

Total disbursements 456,148 13 

Balance $283,022 08 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $857 97 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 257,706 20 

Agents' ledger balances and bills receivable 4,746 42 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 19,711 49 

Total net ledger assets $283,022 08 



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NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Total non-ledger assets 5,370 91 

Gross assets ?288,392 99 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Total $2,846 42 

Total admitted assets $285,546 57 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Net amount due from members $29,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Total contingent mortuary liabilities $35,000 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 32,543 $50,774,500 566 $936,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 10,456 15,579,000 144 227,000 

Total 42,999 $66,353,500 710 $1,163,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during tbe year 3,980 6,001,500 48 82,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 39,019 $60,352,000 662 $1,080,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 25 $40,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 200 297,000 4 7,000 

Total 225 $337,000 4 $7,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 203 $302,000 4 $6,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse... 3,780 405,500 44 75,500 
Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 200 296,000 4 7,000 



264 



CATHOLIC BEI^EYOLENT LEGIOIT. 

President, R. B. Tippett. Secretary, John D. Carroll. 

Incorporated September, 1881. Commenced business October 12, 1881. 

Home office, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $68,598 17 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $20,232 82 

Assessments : Mortuary 1,159,737 00 

Total paid by members $1,179,969 82 

Interest 4,467 70 

From all other sources 6.498 19 

Total income during the year 1,190,935 71 

Sum $1,259,533 88 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Death claims $1,101,618 83 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

for organization of subordinate bodies 750 00 

Salaries of officers ., 6,775 93 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6,880 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 2,75145 

All other items 12,59176 

Total disbursements 1,131,367 97 

Balance $128,165 91 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office $500 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 127,665 91 

Total net ledger assets $128,165 91 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Total non-ledger assets 135,000 00 

Gross assets $263,165 91 



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CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted nol yet due. $217,500 00 

Losses reported 5,000 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities . $222,500 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 36,555 $55,766,750 00 818 $1,183,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 1,630 1,142,500 00 31 36,250 00 

Total 38,185 $57,909,250 00 849 $1,219,250 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2,250 3,110,750 00 59 80,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 35,935 $53,798,500 00 790 $1,138,750 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 94 175,500 00 5 8,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 675 1,130,500 00 11 14,500 00 

Total 769 $1,306,000 00 16 $22,500 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 635 $1,078,618 83 15 $21,441 17 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 1,575 1,980,250 00 48 66,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 675 1,130,500 00 11 14,500 00 



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CATHOLIC KNIGHTS OF AMERICA. 

President, P. Gaudin. , Secretary, G. Reiter. 

Commenced business May, 1877. Home office, Temple Building, St. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $643,113 61 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlae association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $868 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 23,856 25 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense 801,387 30 

Medical examiners' fees 428 40 

Total paid by members $826,539 95 

Interest and rent 22,626 18 

From all other sources 1,646 81 

Total income during the year 850,812 94 

Sum $1,493,926 55 

DISBURS|EMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $760,714 28 

Commissions paid or allowed for organization of subordinate 

bodies .- 2,329 00 

Salaries of officers 8,900 00 

Medical examiners' fees 490 00 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 3,845 55 

All other items 15,114 98 

Total disbursements 791,393 81 

Balance $702,532 74 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $20,000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 673,641 71 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 8,891 03 

Total net ledger assets $702,532 74 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $3,870 00 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 10,555 79 

Other items 93,000 00 

Total net ledger assets 107,425 79 

Gross assets $809,958 53 



267 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value $15,184 36 



Total 15,184 36 



Total admitted assets ?794,774 17 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $127,179 80 

Taxes due and accrued 15,000 00 



Total actual liabilities 142,179 80 



Balance $652,594 37 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments not yet called for losses adjusted $93,000 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATO]:S OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 23,812 $34,686,000 00 2,208 $3,142,500 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 877 727,000 00 42 42,500 00 



Total 24,689 $35,413,000 00 2,250 $3,185,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,403 1,742,000 00 78 80,500 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 23,286 $33,670,500 00 2,172 $3,104,500 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 66 $100,394 OS 4 $6,000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 479 802,500 00 20 25,500 00 



Total 545 $902,894 OS 24 $31,500 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 

■ mised or paid during the year 458 $760,714 28 18 $22,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by 

lapse, 1903 924 904,000 00 58 55,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 479 802,500 00 20 25,500 00 



268 



CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, Thomas H. Cannon. Secretary, T. F. McDonald. 

Incorporated May 24, 1883. Commenced business May 24, 1883. 

Home office, Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $504,926 54 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense $52,896 60 

Medical examiners' fees 970,265 69 

Total paid by members $1,023,162 29 

Benefit account 15,961 54 

From all other sources 33,821 85 

Total income during the year 1,072,945 68 

Sum $1,577,872 22 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $915,383 33 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

on account fees and dues 13,100 40 

Salaries of officers 7,193 59 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 14,286 85 

Rent, advertising and printing 8,205 56 

All other items 57,739 74 

Total disbursements $1,015,909 47 

Balance $661,962 75 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $506,330 57 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 50,632 18 

All other deposits 5,000 00 

Total net ledger assets $561,962 75 

LIABILITIES. 

Total actual liabilities 104,833 33 

Balance $457,129 42 



269 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 104,562 $111,123,900 00 1,548 $1,625,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 9,604 10,804,000 00 150 157,000 

Total 114,166 $121,927,900 00 1,698 $1,782,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,558 1,653,500 00 29 31,000 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 112,608 $120,274,400 00 1,669 $1,751,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 87 $94,966 66 1 $1,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 836 925,500 00 11 12,000 

Total 923 $1,020,466 66 12 $J3,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised during the year 828 $915,383 33 12 $13,000 

Policies and certificates terminated by lapse 722 728,000 00 17 18,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 836 925,500 12 13,000 



270 
COURT OF HONOR. 

President, A. Lr. Hereford. Secretary, W. E. Robinson. 

Commenced business July 23, 1895. Home office, Springfield, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $143,237 84 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $93,834 70 

Assessments : Mortuary and disability 596,272 30 

Total paid by members $690,107 00 

Interest 4,811 25 

Prom all other sources ,.. 16,800 52 

Total income during the year 711,718 77 

Sum $854,956 61 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $592,925 11 

Payments returned to applicants or members 184 25 

Total paid to members $593,109 36 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

for organization of subordinate bodies 28,524 76 

Salaries of officers 16,692 30 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 12,759 40 

Medical examiners' fees 148 50 

Rent, advertising and printing 4,665 86 

All other items 36,163 80 

Total disbursements $692,063 98 

Balance $162,892 63 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate In cash, exclusive of incumbrances $17,920 13 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 142,296 72 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 2,675 78 

Total net ledger assets $162,892 63 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $2,597 07 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and sta- 
tionery 4,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 6,597 07 

Gross assets $169,489 70 



271 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and sta- 
tionery $4,000 00 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 2,8b8 32 

Total 6,858 32 

Total admitted assets $162,63138 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, not yet called for losses unadjusted and resisted $51,605 40 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not yet due $76,100 00 

Losses reported 25,900 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $102,000 CO 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 62,152 $89,580,500 4,676 $6,430,750 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 11,590 13,886,000 846 974,000 

Total 73,742 $103,466,500 5,522 $7,404,750 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 6,722 7,938,750 525 579,750 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 67,020 $95,527,750 4,997 $6,825,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 45 $62,900 2 $3,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 464 637,075 35 40,275 

Total 509 $699,975 37 $43,275 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 436 $597,975 30 $36,225 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.. 6,273 7,307,425 493 540,225 
Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 449 631,325 32 39,525 



272 



IMPROVED ORDER OF HEPTASOPHS. 



President, M. G. Cohen. 
Commenced business August 28, 187 



Secretary, S. H. Tattersall. 

Home office, Baltimore, Md. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$341,284 08 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $9,743 75 

Assessments; Mortuary, expense 1,277,662 31 

Medical examiners' fees 13,668 00 

Total paid by members $1,301,074 06 

Interest 10,392 12 

From all other sources 1,552 04 

Total income during the year 1,313,018 22 

Sum $1,654,302 30 

DISBURSIEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,023,230 46 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

for organization of subordinate bodies 17,513 54 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions. 18,9^ 49 

Salaries of officers 25,708 35 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6,21150 

Medical examiners' fees 13,668 00 

Rent, advertising and printing , 6,572 84 

All other items 31,526 86 

Total disbursements 1,143,381 04 

Balance $510,921 26 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $403,500 87 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count .36,129 81 

All other deposits ". 71,290 58 

Total net ledger assets $510,921 26 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $108,935 02 



273 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment $56,966 66 

Losses reported 73,550 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $130,516 66 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 53,002 $84,724,500 00 85 $113,500 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during tlie calendar year 9,060 9,425,000 00 30 34,500 00 

Total 62,062 $94,150,500 00 115 $148,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during tlie year 4,331 5,338,500 00 34 47,000 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 57,731 $88,812,000 00 81 $101,000 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 72 $1.33,672 81 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 605 1,044,500 00 1 $3.000 00 

Total 677 $1,178,172 81 1 $3,000 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 598 $1,047,656 15 1 $3,000 00 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse 3,726 4.294,000 00 33 44,000 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 605 l,044,.50O 00 1 3,000 00 



18— Ins. Dept. 



274: 

^DEPENDENT ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, Oronhyatekha, M. D., S. C. R. Secretary, John A. MeGillwray. 

Incorporated July 23, 1881. Commenced business July 1, 1881. 

Home office, Toronto, Ontario. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,964,386 85 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $12,81147 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 243,880 77 

Assessments : Mortuary, expense 3,018,653 94 

Medical examiners' fees 2,934 12 

Total paid by members $3,278,280 30 

Interest and rent 258,300 73 

From all other sources 8,445 01 

Total income during the year 3,545,026 04 

Sum $9,509,412 89 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,628,058 92 

Temporary disability and old age benefits 222,213 71 

Payments returned to applicants or members 7,326 16 

Total paid to members $1,857,598 79 

Commissions, expenses, fees and salaries paid or allowed 

to agents for organization of subordinate bodies 122,068 45 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions. 116,116 12 

Salaries of officers 34,083 18 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 82,035 81 

Medical examiners' fees 3,300 76 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 40,637 94 

All other items 149,211 26 

Total disbursements 2,405,052 31 

Balance $7,104,360 58 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incum- 
brances $674,546 67 

Cost value of real estate on foreclosures 81,911 22 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 2,959,05128 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 1,998,604 88 

Agents' ledger balances and bills receivable 1,120,437 27 

Cash in office 10,000 00 

All other deposits 259,809 26 

Total net ledger assets $7,104,360 58 

Temporary loan, one account to another 362,05170 

Total $7,466,412 28 



2Y5 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest due and accrued 

Rents due and accrued 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances.. 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 

Furniture, fixtures and safes 

Other items 

Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets $7,688,553 82 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes $59,193 35 

Cash advanced to or in hands of officers, agents and organ- 
izers 28,363 57 



$95,336 68 




2,565 17 




229 80 




28,363 57 




26,283 93 




69,362 39 






222,141 54 



Total 87,556 92 



Total admitted assets $7,600,996 90 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $155,879 98 

Taxes due and accrued 82,439 97 

Present value unpaid installments old age annuities 175,217 85 

Advance assessments, accounts due and unpaid 15,287 82 

All other (not including contingent mortuary) 366,978 70 



Total actual liabilities 795,804 32 



Balance $6,805,192 58 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 205,369 $226,849,500 3,055 $3,424,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 36,S16 30,013,000 742 654,500 



Total 241,685 $256,862,500 3,797 $4,078,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 22,193 18,738,500 69 79,500 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 219,492 $238,124,000 3,728 $3,999,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 172 $197,866 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 1,393 1,572,438 25 $28,500 



Total 1,565 $1,770,304 25 $28,500 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 1,417 $1,543,339 23 $25,857 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 

(end of year) 148 154,893 2 2,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year..... 1,523 1,686,829 28 30,000 



276 
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. 

President, Edward L. Hearn. Secretarj', Daniel Colwell. 

Incorporated Marcli 29, 1882. Commenced business February 2, 1882. 

Home office, New Haven, Conn. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $814,899 71 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association, witliout 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $78,989 40 

Assessments: Mortuary 418,732 48 

Medical examiners' fees 2,123 75 

Total paid by members $499,845 63 

Interest 27,51(5 68 

From all other sources 7,784 37 

Total income during the year 535,146 68 

Sum ; $1,350,046 39 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $243,750 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 17,300 85 

Salaries of officers 10,520 82 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes • 8,220 97 

Medical examiners' fees 3,222 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 3,294 71 

All other items 41,098 73 

Total disbursements 327,408 08 

Balance $1,022,638 31^ 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $95,000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 684,274 83 

Cash in office 250 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 186,613 48 

All other deposits 56,500 00 

Total net ledger assets $1,022,638 31 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Accrued $6,936 33 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 12,203 63 

Total non-ledger assets 19,139 96 

Gross assets $1,041,778 27 



277 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 



Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $12,203 63 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 23,474 75 



Total 35,678 38 



Total admitted assets $1,006,099 89 

LIABILITIES. 
Losses due and unpaid $4,450 00 



Total actual liabilities 4,450 00 



Balance $1,001,649 89 

CONTIN&'ENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments duo and unpaid $26,349 77 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses not yet due $28,000 00 

Losses resisted 5,000 00 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities $33,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 34,586 $34,835,000 425 $425,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 4,713 4,774,000 246 246,000 



Total 39,299 $39,609,000 671 $671,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,597 1,619,000 38 38,000 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 37,702 $37,990,000 633 $633,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 54 $54,200 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 227 227,000 1 $1,000 



Total ' 281 $281,200 1 $1,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 244 $243,750 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse , 1,370 1,392,000 37 $37,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year .... 227 227,000 1 1,000 



278 
KNIGHTS OF HONOR (SUPREME LODGE). 

President, J. C. Sheppard. Secretary, Noah M. Givan. 

Incorporated June 20, 1884. Commenced business June 30, 1873. 

Home office, S16 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $94,646 31 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expensesj per capita tax, etc $85,346 19 

Assessments : Mortuary 2,981,283 27 

Total paid by members , $3,066,629 46 

Interest 5,307 17 

From all other sources 1,836 28 

Total income during the year.. 3,073,772 91 

Sum $3,168,419 22 

DISBURSIBMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $2,986,549 20 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

on account fees and dues 27,055 46 

Salaries of officers 11,500 94 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 11,879 88 

Medical examiners' fees 2,500 00 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 4,475 93 

All other items 42,561 36 

Total disbursements 3,086,522 77 

Balance $81,896 45 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office $1,393 49 

All other deposits 76,501 96 

Total net ledger assets $81,896 45 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due from grand lodges $1,227 42 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 10,534 88 

Other items 10,001 14 

Total non-ledger assets 21,763 44 

Gross assets $103,659 89 



2Y9 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 

Judgment 



Total 

Total admitted assets 



$10,534 88 
2,691 05 



13,225 93 
$90,443 96 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses due and unpaid .■ 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued. 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance 



$48,383 35 
382 60 



48,765 95 



$41,668 01 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSlETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due 



$485,264 65 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 



Losses not yet due 
Losses reported 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities. 



$220,500 00 
194,500 00 

$415,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



'' . Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Pblicies or certificates in force Decem- 
ber 31 (beginning of year) 53,580 $91,866,000 00 1,921 $273,275,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or in- 
creased during the calendar year.. 4,292 4,091,500 00 389 29,350,000 00 



Total 57,872 $95,957,500 00 2,310 $302,625,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in 

force during the year. 6,266 8,671,000 00 525 50,300,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in 
force December 31 (end of 

year) 51,606 $87,286,500 00 1,785 $252,325,000 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 

31 (beginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the 
calendar year 

Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, com- 
promised or paid during the year... 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
lapse 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
death or specific benefit during 
the year 



194 


$35,256,667 00 


4 


$5,500 00 


1,687 


3,097,365 88 


52 


81,500 00 


1,881 


$3,449,932 55 


56 


$87,000 00 


1,627 


$2,986,549 20 


50 


$79,000 00 


4,579 


5,566,500 00 


473 


421,500 00 


1,687 


3,097,365 88 


52 


80,300 00 



280 

SUPREME LODGE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, ENDOW- 
MENT RANK. 

President, C. F. S. Neal. Secretary, S. M. Smith. 

Commenced business November, 1877. Home office, Chicago, HI. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $450,629 19 

INCOME DURING Y/EAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Gross- amount of membership fees $11,216 50 

Assessments: Mortuary, expenses 1,968,156 18 

Total paid by members $1,979,372 68 

Interest and rent 55,89168 

From all other sources 3,650 21 

Total income during the year 2,038,917 57 



Sum $2,489,546 76 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,440,676 03 

Payments returned to applicants or members 2,021 32 

Total paid to members $1,442,697 35 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

on account fees and dues 173,591 10 

Salaries of officers 11,700 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes , 15,095 75 

Medical examiners' fees 23,376 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 11,546 39 

All other items 91,53S 99 

Total disbursements 1,769,545 58 

Balance ". $720,001 18 

LEDGfER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $21,800 00 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 20,000 00 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other market- 
able collateral 675 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 351,426 25 

Lexington Hotel investment 144.005 29 

Bills receivable 3,046 34 

Irregular claims 3,160 33 

Cash in office 300 00 

Cash deposited in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count ; 157,246 21 

Total ■ $701,659 42 

Deduct ledger liabilities 1,133 47 

Total net ledger assets $700,525 95 



281 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due 

Rents due 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 

Other items 

Total non-ledger assets 

Gross assets 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $2,785 45 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 7S7 11 



$302 70 
19,153 69 

2,785 45 
787 11 






23,028 95 




$723,554 90 



Total 

Total admitted assets 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses, due and unpaid 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued. 



$136,000 00 
25,301 50 



Total actual liabilities 

Balance 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments due and unpaid 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment 

Losses reported 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities' 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business 

No. Amount. No. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 60,710 $103,711,000 2,537 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 10,784 13,002,000 857 



Total 71,494 $116,713,000 3,394 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 7,933 10,977,000 511 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 63,561 $105,736,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 93 $194,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 732 1,432,500 



2,883 



IS 



Total 816 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 746 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 7,210 
Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 723 



$1,626,500 

$1,490,500 
9,544,500 

1,432,500 



20 



20 
493 



18 



3,572 56 



$719,982 34 



161,301 50 



$558,680 84 



4,432 87 



$42,000 00 
94,000 00 

$136,000 00 



in Indiana. 
Amount. 

$3,249,000 
823,500 

$4,072,500 
534,500 

$3,538,000 

■$5,000 

27,000 

$32,000 

$32,000 
507,500 

27,000 



282 



SUPREME TENT, KiTIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES OF 

THE WORLD. 

President, D. P. Markey. Secretary, D. D. Altken. 

Commenced business September, 1883. Home office, Port Huron, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year ?2,501,333 58 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deduction, as follows: 

•Gross amount of membership fees $37,282 75 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc. 3,691 57 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense 4,159,398 80 

Total paid by members ' $4,200,373 12 

Interest and rent 81 191 67 

From all other sources 20,308 73 

Total income during the year 4,301,873 52 

Sum $6,803,207 10 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $3,055,453 69 

Payments returned to applicants or members 2,106 20 

Total paid to members $3,057,559 89 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 140,834 57 

Salaries of officers 26,049 72 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 39,872 08 

Taxes, advertising and printing 6,34T 61 

All other items 276,366 94 

Total disbursements 3,547,050 81 

Balance $3,256,156 29 

LEDGJ]R ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $87,707 72 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 2,707,563 50 

Agents' ledger balances 54,552 56 

Cash in office l,Ooo 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 405,332 51 

Total net ledger assets $3,256,156 29 



283 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $37,412 37 

Rents due 190 00 

Other items 9,308 16 



Total non-ledger assets 46,910 53 



Gross assets $3,303,066 82 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured $54,552 56 

Total 54,552 56 

Total admitted assets $3,248,514 26 

LIABILITIES. 
Salaries, rents and ofiiee expenses due and accrued $28,060 S3 



Total actual liabilities 28,060 83 



Balance $3,220,453 43 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSIETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid - $358,991 96 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses In process of adjustment $343,567 00 

Losses resisted 97,328 57 

All other contingent liabilities 13,500 00 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities $454,395 57 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 285,564 $372,389,000 17,981 $19,748,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 88,505 90,716,500 3,517 3,187,000 



Total 374,069 $463,105,500 21,498 $22,935,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 32,765 32,798,700 1,801 1,385,500 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 341,304 $430,306,800 19,697 $21,549,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 314 $436,650 00 10 $14,350 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 2,108 2,945,379 97 95 119,400 00 



Total 2,422 $3,382,029 97 105 $133,750 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 2,095 $2,941,134 40 92 $119,750 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 30,657 29,853,320 03 1,706 1,286,100 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 2,108 2,945,379 97 95 119,400 OO 



284 
KI^IGHTS OF THE MODERIs^ MACCABEES. 

President, N. S. Boynton. Secretars', A. M. Slay. 

Incorporated June 11, 1S81. Commenced business June 11, 1887. 

Home ofHce, Port Huron, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $84,450 58 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deduction, as follows: 

Gross amount of certificate fees $19,290 70 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 110,943 53 

Asaessjneuts : Mortuary 937,721 30 

Total paid by members $1,067, 955 53 

Interest 1,635 17 

From all other sources 6,277 88 

Total income during the year 1,075,868 58 

Sum $1,160,319 16 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $951,038 05 

Payments returned to applicants 3S2 00 

Total paid to members ; $951,420 05 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

fees and dues 29,646 60 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 24,405 86 

Salaries of officers 12,6(4 99 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 12,523 40 

Medical examiners' fees 370 60 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 9,793 08 

All other items 45,549 44 

Total disbursements 1,086,384 02 

Balance $73,935.14 

LEDGER ASSETS. 
Total net ledger assets , v $73,935 14 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $12,060 92 

Other items 6,620 56 

Total non-ledger assets 18,68148 

Gross assets $92,616 62 



285 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 
Total 12,060 92 



Total admitted assets $80,555 70 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $18,014 46 

Mortuary assessments, not yet called 160,000 00 



Total due from members. $178,014 4G 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Total contingent mortuary liabilities $101,550 00 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 99,564 $127,621,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 18,839 21,117,500 354 $530,000 



Total 118,403 $148,739,000 354 $530,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 3,942 5,243,000 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 114,461 $143,496,000 354 $530,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (bo- 
ginning of year) 72 $89,900 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 650 873,450 

Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year .'. 650 873,450 



722 


$963,350 


642 


$861,800 


3,292 


4,339,550 



286 
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES OF THE WORLD. 

President, Lillian M. Hollister. Secretary, Bina M. West. 

Commenced business October, 1892. Home oflSce, Port Huron, Mich. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $709,363 74 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deduction, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $17,254 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 14,202 25 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense 995,913 74 

Total paid by members $1,027,370 49 

Interest 14,464 84 

From all other sources 30 31 

Total income during the year 1,041,865 64 

Sum ; $1,751,229 88 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $573,923 47 

Payments returned to applicants or members 3,350 06 

Total paid to members $577,273 53 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 75,932 42 

Salaries of officers 11,200 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 19,062 81 

Rent, advertising and printing 11,950 38 

All other items 83,421 00 

Total disbursements 778,840 14 

Balance $972,389 24 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $771,560 50 

Cash in office 6,534 21 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund account 54,516 63 

All other deposits 139,777 90 

Total net ledger assets $972,389 24 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $7,235 00 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 20,062 36 

Other items 7,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 34,297 36 

Gross assets $1,006,686 60 



287 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $20,062 36 



Total 20,062 36 



Total admitted assets $986,624 24 



LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $1,415 66 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 20,270 67 

All other (not Including contingent mortuary) 1,725 53 



Total actual liabilities 23,41186 



Balance $963,212 3S 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses In process of adjustment $88,650 00 

Losses resisted 5,000 00 

All other contingent liabilities 9,842 67 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities $103,492 67 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 89,579 $78,029,79108 3,951 $3,126,050 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 29,190 19,721,500 00 1,544 887,750 00 



Total 118,769 $97,751,29108 5,495 $4,013,800 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 6,518 5,301,805 30 252 177,800 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 112,251 $92,449,485 78 5,243 $3,836,000 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 63 $67,050 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 769 630,448 67 27 $19,050 00 



Total 832 $697,498 67 27 $19,050 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 732 $602,433 01 22 $15,050 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (end 

of year) 5,852 4,683,755 30 229 159,050 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 666 618,050 00 23 18,750 00 



288 



LADIES OF THE MODERN MACCABEES. 

President, F. E. Burns. Secretary, B. E. Bower. 

Incorporated December 10, 1891. Commenced business May 21, 1890. 

Home office, Ann Arbor, Mich. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$97,772 10 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deduction, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $18,834 49 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 34,505 85 

Assessments: Mortuary, emergency 333,152 96 

Medical examiners' fees 11,323 75 

Total paid by members $397,817 05 

Interest 3,149 77 

From all other sources 61 60 

Total income during the year 401,028 42 

Sum $498,800 52 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $296,598 34 

Payments returned to applicants or members 172 35 

Total paid to members $296,770 69 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account of fees and dues 9,450 90 

Salaries of officers 6,336 41 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6,938 86 

Medical examiners' fees 11,323 75 

Rent, advertising and printing 2,836 59 

All other items 30,794 41 

Total disbursements 364,451 61 

Balance $134,348 91 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other market- 
able collateral $79,000 00 

Cash deposits in banks on eniergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 55,348 91 

Total net ledger assets $134,348 91 



289 



~ NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $470 00 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 5,Sa5 00 

Other items ' 59,829 39 

Total non-ledger assets $66,134 39 

Gross assets $200,483 30 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $27,133 33 

Salaries, rents and ofSce expenses due and accrued 4,728 60 

Total actual liabilities 31,861 93 

Balance $168,621 37 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment $36,975 00 

Losses reported 1,500 00 

All other contingent liabilities 950 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $39,425 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of 

year) 51,294 $45,344,775 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased during the calen- 
dar year 9,059 7.520,250 00 

Total 60,353 $52,865,025 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year — 1,411 1,509,025 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end 

of year) 58,942 $51,356,000 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December. 31 (beginning of year) — 58 $51,456 67 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar j"ear 348 300,450 00 

Total 406 $351,906 67 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or paid during 

the year 328 $285,798 34 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 1,411 1.509,025 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or specific benefit 

during the year 348 300,450 00 



19— Ins. Dept. 



290 



MODERInT AMERICAl^ FRATER^^AL ORDER. 

President, William B. Wright. Secretary, George M. Le Crone. 

Commenced business February 25, 1S97. ' Home office, Efflngliam, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $23,369 24 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association, witliout 
deduction, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $350 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 23 50 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense 68,7b6 89 

Medical examiners' fees 2,138 00 

Total paid by members $71,268 89 

Interest 498 84 

From all other sources 6b7 02 

Total income during the year 72,424 75 



Sum : $95,793 99 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $34,890 39 

Payments retured to applicants or members 25 88 

Total paid to members $34,916 27 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

fees and dues 10,524 25 

Salaries of officers 2,985 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,137 00 

Medical examiners' fees 2,667 25 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 836 95 

All other items 2,899 19 

Total disbursements 57,965 91 



Balance $37,828 08 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $14,055 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 2,000 00 

Cash in office 6,537 48 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 15,235 60 

Total net ledger assets $37,828 08 



291 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $515 74 

Total non-ledger assets $515 74 

Gross assets $38,343 82 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted not yet due $10 00 

Losses resisted 500 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $510 00 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana . 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 5,095 $5,234,356 863 $812,025 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 2,001 1,685,000 485 361,500 

Total 7,096 $6,919,356 1,349 $1,117,525 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 1,093 949,630 293 241,950 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 6,003 $5,969,726 1,055 $931,575 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 7 $6,850 3 $3,100 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 52 30,870 3 3,100 

Total 59 $3,772,000 6 $6,200 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 58 $37,720 6 $6,200 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (end 

of year) 1.057 919,530 290 238,850 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 36 30,100 3 3.100 



292 



MODERIS^ WOODMEl^ OF AMERICA. 

President, A. R. Talbott. Secretary, C. W. Hawes. 

Commenced business January 2, 1883. Home offlce, Rock Island, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $1,591,317 07 

INCOME DURING fEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- ' 
out deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $688,046 50 

Assessments : Mortuary 6,270,146 60 

Total paid by members $6,958,193 10 

Interest and rent 31,700,39 

Prom all other sources 80,626 53 

Total income during the year 7,070,520 02 



Sum $8,661,837 09 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $5,973,474 15 

Payments returned to applicants or members 3,110 19 

Total paid to members $5,976,584 34 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

for organization of subordinate bodies 183,592 29 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions. 10,376 13' 

Salaries of officers 42,070 00 

Salaries and other compensation of offlce employes 130,343 98 

Supreme grand medical supervisors 5,074 98 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 30,047 59 

All other items 451,788 66 

Total disbursements '. 6,829.877 97 

Balance $1,831,959 12 

LEDG/ER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incum- 
brances $158,369 03 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 67,872 26 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other market- 
able collateral 3,790 95 

Cash in offlce 31,452 84 

Cash deposits in banks ou emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 1.570,474 04 

Total net ledger assets $1,831,959 12 



293 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest accrued $8,163 05 

Rent accrued 30 00 



Total non-ledger assets $8,193 05 



Gross assets $1,840,152 17 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 
Library and furniture $71,663 21 



Total 71,663 21 



Total admitted assets $1,768,488 96 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $36,628 55 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 23,155 70 



Total actual liabilities 59,784 25 



Balance $1,708,704 71 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $520,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses resisted $692,500 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force Decem- 
ber 31 (beginning of year) "664,166 $1,161,285,000 00 24,233 $38,848,000 00 

Policies or certificates written or in- 
creased during the calendar year.. 60,204 87,195,000 00 3,392 4,518,000 00 



Total : 724,370 $1,248,480,000 00 27,625 $43,366,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in 

force during the year 64,219 99,174,500 00 2,708 3,736,000 00 



Total policies or certificates in 
force December .31 (end of 

year) 660,151 $1,149,305.500 00 24,917 $39,630,000 00 

Losses and claims' unpaid December 

31 (beginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the 

calendar year 

Reinstated 



Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, com- 
promised or paid during the year.., 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse 7 60,876 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
death or specific benefit during the 
year 



402 


$716,035 70 


11 


$15,000 00 


3,343 

9 


6,066,000 00 
4,000 00 


102 


165,500 00 






3,747 


$6,786,035 70 


113 


$180,.5OO 00 


3,333 


$6,056,907 15 


100 


$160,500 00 


60,876 


93,108,500 00 


2,606 


3,570,500 00 


3,343 


6,066,000 00 


102 


165,500 00 



294 
NATIO^^AL U:NIOIs^. 

President, M. G. Jeffries. Secretary, J. W. Myers. 

Commenced business June, 1881. Home office, Toledo, Ohio. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 1st of previous year $232,389 13 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $7,923 60 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 61,491 33 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense 1,986,905 77 

Total paid by members $2,056,320 70 

Interest 5,607 81 

Prom all other sources 190 48 

Total income during the year 2,062,118 99 

^"i" $2,294,508 12 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,824,100 00 

Payments returned to applicants or members 9 00 

Total paid to members... $1,824,109 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account fees and dues 48,755 46 

Salaries of officers 15 050 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 12,265 17 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 8.306 60 

All other items 32 747 08 

Total disbursements 1,941233 31 

Balance $353,274 81 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incum- 
brances $17,675 68 

All other deposits 335,599 73 

Total net ledger assets $353,274 81 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $171,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses resisted $171,000 00 



295 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

Xo. Amount. jSo. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 64,960 $150,341,000 2,060 $4,738,000 

Policies or certificates writren or increased 

during the calendar year 7,667 10,729,000 53 95,000 



Total 72.627 ■ $161,070,000 2,113 $4,833,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 5,106 8,954,000 76 165.000 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 67,521 $152,116,000 2,037 $4,668,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 70 $167,000 1 $2,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal 

endar year 693 1.845,000 18 48,003 



Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 
or specific benefit during the year 



70 


$167,000 


1 


693 


1,845,000 


18 


763 


$2,012,000 


19 


693 


$1,841,000 


18 


693 


1,845,000 


18 



000 
000 
000 



296 



NORTH AMERICAN UNION. 

President, Robert S. lies. Secretary, G. Laugherry. 

Commenced business June 8, 1S95. Home office, Chicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $274,637 67 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid b3^ members to the association, without 
deduction, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $3,947 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 40,757 01 

Assessments : Mortuary 127,236 96 

Medical examiners' fees 11 00 

Total -paid by members $171,951 47 

Interest . . . . T. 8,236 89 

From all other sources 3,687 82 

Total income during the year 183,875 18 



Sum $458,512 85 



DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $93,666 66 

Payments returned to applicants or members 26 40 

Total paid to members $93,693 06 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account fees and dues 7,809 32 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 3,218 63 

Salaries of officers 6,745 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,779 03 

Medical examiners' fees 2,699 85 

Rent, advertising and printing 4,621 74 

All other items 18,727 58 

Total disbursements 143,294 21 



Balance $315,218 64 



LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $36,700 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 243,380 73 

Cash in office 439 59 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 34,698 32 

Total net ledger assets $315,218 64 



297 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $3,601 33 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 2,726 72 

Other items 15,4y0 92 

Total non-ledger assets $21,818 97 



Gross assets $337,037 61 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $2,726 72 

Personal or agents' ledger balances not secured 4,611 36 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring same 

to market value 10,879 56 



Total 18,217 64 



Total admitted assets $318,819 97 

LIABILITIES. 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued $1,142 43 

Borrowed money 49,000 00 

All other (not including contingeut mortuary) 405 25 

Total actual liabilities 50,547 68 



Balance $268,272 29 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $10,708 95 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses adjusted not yet paid $5,333 34 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Certificates in force December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 9,392 $14,383,000 00 188 $229,500 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 2,416 2,504.000 00 118 120.000 00 



Total 11,808 $16,887,000 00 306 $349,500 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1902 1,345 1,607.500 00 55 58,500 00 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) "... 10,463 $15,279,500 00 251 $291,000 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 



Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 
or specific benefit during the year 



1 


$500 00 


62 


98,500 00 


63 


$99,000 00 


58% 


$93,666 66 


62 


98,500 00 



298 
SUPREME LODGE ORDER OF MUTUAL PROTECTIOX. 

President, D. G. Clemon. Secretary, G. Del. Vecchio. 

Commenced business November, 1878. Home office, Ctiicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $92,063 17 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deduction, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $10,658 62 

Assessments r Mortuary, expense 96,425 95 

Total paid by members $107,084 57 

Interest and rent 3,9y6 91 

l-'rom all other sources 24 11 

Total income during the year 111,105 59 

, Sum $203,168 76 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid ; $73,806 83 

Payments returned to applicants or members 155 95 

Total paid to members $73,962 78 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 3,976 16 

Salaries of officers 3,500 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,348 28 

Medical examiners' fees 4,645 07 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing , 1,981 78 

All other items 6,177 94 

Total disbursements 95,592 01 

Balance $107,576 75 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $1,890 00 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 92,500 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 4,348 77 

All other deposits 8,837 98 

Total net ledger assets $107,576 75 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due- and accrued _ $1,448 20 

Market value of real estate over cost and incumbrances 1,810 00 

Total non-ledger assets 3,258 20 

Gross assets $110,834 95 



299 

LIABILITIES. 
Total actual liabilities $542 93 



Balance ^ $110,292 02 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments due and unpaid $7,977 93 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses iu process of adjustment $8,163 85 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 7,032 $7,037,750 37 $30,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 1,771 1,184,000 



Total 

Deduct decreased or ceaaed to be in force 
during the year 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 



8,803 


$8,221,750 


37 


$30,500 


840 


643,250 


17 


11,750 


7,963 


$7,578,500 


20 


$18,750 




$10,000 . 






73 


84,000 


1 


$500 



Total 78 $94,000 1 $500 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 71 $84,000 1 $500 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse 768 561,250 16 11,250 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit daring the year 72 82,000 J 500 



oOO 



ORDER OF PATRICIANS. 

President, William C. Hicks. Secretary, Frank K. Piatt. 

fncorporated October 5, 1896. Commenced business October 7, 1896. 

Home office, Benton Harbor, Micli. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $5,741 1*7 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deduction, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $4,996 38 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense 31,79150 

Total paid by members $36,787 88 

Interest 252 00 

Prom all other sources 4,878 21 

Total income during the year 41,918 09 

Sum $47,660 06 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid ■. $26,941 66 

Payments returned to applicants or members 60 00 

Total paid to members $27,001 66 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 485 80 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions 6,222 78 

Salaries of officers 2,044 68 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 1,35100 

Medical examiners' fees 97 07 

Rent, advertising and printing 991 56 

All other items 4,620 26 

Total disbursements 42,814 81 

Balance $4,845 25 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $3,200 00 

Cash in office .^. 626 73 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 1,018 52 

Total net ledger assets ., $4,845 25 



301 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 



Interest due and accrued 

Total non-ledger assets. 
Gross assets 



$44 00 



$44 00 



$4,889 25 



Losses due and unpaid. 
Borrowed money 



Total actual liabilities 
Balance, deficit 



LIABILITIES. 



$9,900 00 
2,500 00 



12,400 00 



$7,510 75 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, due and unpaid 



$5,028 48 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



Policies or certificates in force December 
31 (beginning of year) .' 

Policies or certificates written or increased 
during the calendar year 

Total 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 
during the year 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 

Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid dtiring the year 

Policies and certificates terminated by 
lapse • 

Policies or certificates terminated bj' death 
or specific benefit during the year — . . 



Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 



3,844 


$4,201,650 


380 


$380,200 


953 


690,400 


122 


63,600 


4,797 


$4,902,050 


502 


$443,800 


508 


481.900 


141 


117,800 


4.289 


$4,420,150 


361 


$326,000 


3 


$2,966 66 
33,875 00 






42 


2 


$1,500 00 


45 


$36,841 66 


2 


$1,500 00 


44 


$26,941 66 





$1,100 00 


479 


450,700 00 


139 


116,300 00 


29 


31.200 00 


2 


1.500 00 



302 



THE PATHFINDER. 



President, U. F. Houriet. 
incorporated May 14, 1S98. 



Secretary, Wm. Durr. 
Commenced business June 20, 1S98. 



Home office, Aliron, Ohio. 



BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year. 



$20,880 6ti 



INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Assessments: Mortuary, expense $95,056 22 

Medical examiners' fees 165 00 

Total paid by members $95,221 22 

From all other sources 673 59 

Total income during the year 95,894 81 

Sum $116,775 47 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $51,364 14 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

securing business t 22,167 88 

Commissions allowed for collecting assessments 1,580 36 

Salaries of officers 1,920 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,829 00 

Medical examiners' fees 187 10 

Rent, advertising and printing 3,872 73 

All other items 4,532 35 

Total disbursements 89,453 56 

Balance $27,321 91 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Agents' ledger balances 244 00 

Cash in office 180 65 

Cash deposits In banks on emergency or reserve fund account 27,141 26 

Total net ledger assets $27,565 91 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Total non-ledger assets $8,040 28 

Gross assets $35,606 19 



303 



\ DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured 244 00 

Total , 244 00 

Total admitted assets $35,362 19 

LIABILITIES. 

Borrowed money ?1,877 31 

Total actual liabilities 1,877 31 

Balance $33,484 88 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not yet due $15,550 00 

Losses resisted 4,400 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $19,950 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Businesis in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 8,224 $9,444,833 00 2,760 $2,942,245 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 4,951 3,567,236 00 2,945 2,859,900 00 

Total 13,175 $13,012,069 00 5,705 $5,802,145 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 2,351 1,297,029 00 1,264 122,990 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 10,824 $11,715,040 00 4.441 $5,679,155 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 48 $48,74150 12 $13,862 50 



304 



PLATTDEUTSCHE GROT GILDE. 

President, J. H. Mueller. Secretary, L. E. Braudt. 

Commenced business February, 1889. Home office, Cliicago, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December Slst of previous year $31,060 78 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the Association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $1,414 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 4,335 30 

Assessments : Mortuary, expense 57,400 60 

Temporary disability assessments 7,990 80 

Total paid by members $71,140 70 

Interest 1,523 73 

From all other sources 168 50 

-. Total income during the year 72,832 93 



Sum $103,893 71 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $53,075 00 

Salaries of officers 1,821 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 1,228 29 

All other items 3,832 01 

Total disbursements 59,956 30 

Balance $43,937 41 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $32,800 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 406 97 

All other deposits 10,730 44 

Total net ledger assets $43,937 41 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and sta- 
tionery $850 00 

Total non-ledger assets 850 00 

Gross assets $44,787 41 



:305 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter and sta- 
tionery 



Total 

Total admitted assets. 



00 



$850 00 



43,9.37 41 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses, due and unpaid 

Salaries, rents and ofHce expenses due and accrued. 



Total actual liabilities. 
Balance 



$500 00 
445 52 



945 52 



$42,991 89 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $6,96190 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses adjusted, not yet due 



.$1,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR 



Policies or certificates in force December 
31 (beginning- of .rear) 

Policies or certificates written or increased 
during the calendar year 

Total 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 
during the year 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 

Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 

Policies and certificates terminated by 
lapse 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 
or specific benefit during the year 



.TES OR POLICIES. 






Total Business. B 

No. Amount. 


nsiness 

No. 


in Indiana. 
Amount. 


7,315 


$3, 657, .500 00 


404 


$202,000 00 


723 

t 


361,500 00 


36 


18,000 00 


8,038 


$4,019,000 00 


440 


$220,000 00 


1,138 


569,000 00 


63 


31,500 00 


6,900 


$3,450,000 00 


377 


$188,-500 00 


14 


$6,700 00 


2 


$1,000 00 


80 


40,000 00 


2 


1,000 00 


94 


$46,700 00 


4 


$2,000 00 


91 


$45,200 00 


4 


$2,000 00 


1,058 


529,000 00 


59 


29,500 00 


80 


40.000 00 


2 


1.000 00 



20— Ins. Dept. 



306 
PROTECTED HOME CIRCLE. 

President, H. C. Hall. Secretary, W. S. Palmer. 

Commenced business August 7, 1886. Home office, Sharon, Pa. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $619,643 44 

INCOME DURING TEAR. j 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $28,805 99 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 50,030 25 

Assessments, mortuary and reserve 489,581 70 

Medical examiners' fees 6,497 00 

Total paid by members $574,914 94 

Interest' and rent 28,490 93 

From all other sources 10,089 52 

Total income during the year 613,495 39 

Sum $1,233,138 83 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $380,700 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account fees and dues 72,066 73 

Salaries of officers 16,8u6 59 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 9,063 75 

Taxes, advertising and printing 2,919 73 

All other items 24,862 64 

Total disbursements 506,419 44 

Balance $726,719 39 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances $50,000 00 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 247,074 28 

Loans secured by pledge of bonds, stocks or other market- 
able collateral 66,831 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 199,475 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund account 163,339 11 

Total net ledger assets $726,719 39 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due ; $5,049 47 

Rents due 3,425 00 

Other items 45,758 69 

Total non-ledger assets - 54,233 16 

Gross assets $780,952 55 



307 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, tixtures, safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery ?7,315 03 

Total $7,315 03 

Total admitted assets $773,637 52 

LIABILITIES. . • • 

'J'otal actual liabilities 38,500 00 

Balance $735,137 52 

- .-■ > 
EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 48,688 $48,070,000 911 $793,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 14,150 11,566,500 340 240,500 

Total 62,838 $59,636,500 1,251 $1,033,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during tlie year 8,187 6,613,500 354 254,500 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 54,651 $53,023,000 897 $779,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 29 $32,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 392 383,500 6 $4,500 

Total 421 $415,500 6 $4,500 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 380 $377,000 6 $4,500 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 41 38,500 



308 



RED MEN'S FRATERNAL ACCIDENT ASSOCIATION. 

President, Robert H. Kreil. Secretary, Robert Gowdy. 

Commenced business August, 1887. Home office, Westfield, Mass 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $9,036 53 

INCOME DURING \EAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to tlie association, witliout 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $4,314 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc ■ 6,550 05 

Assessments: Mortuary 11,496 22 

Total paid by members $22,360 27 

Interest 202 98 

Total income during the year 22,563 25 

Sum $31,599 78 

DISBURSEM/ENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $10,363 80 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account fees and dues 4,534 30 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions — 562 75 

Salaries of officers 3,824 00 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3u2 75 

Rent, advertising and printing : 563 49 

All other items 967 85 

Total disbursements 21,118 94 

Balance - $10,480 S4 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office : ■ $2,219 24 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 8,261 60 

Total net ledger assets $10,480 84 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments, called and not yet due $3,198 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted, not yet due $2,588 12 

Losses resisted 188 21 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $2,776 33 



309 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 1,395 $2,009,500 00 

Policies or certificates wa-itten or increased 

during the calendar year 1,438 840,050 00 

Total 2,833 $2,849,550 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 824 660,900 00 

Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 2,009 $2,188,650 00 126 $68,400 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 22 $1,484 42 

Losses and claims incurred during th'e cal- 
endar year 277 1,165,571 00 

Total 299 $13,140 13 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 264 $10,363 80 

Policies and certificates terminated bj' 

lapse 817 656,300 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 7 4,600 00 



Business 

No. 


in Indiana. 
Amount. 


20 


$10,500 00 


132 


67,900 00 


152 


$78,400 00 


26 


10,000 00 



34 


$1,245 15 


34 


$1,245 15 


32 


$1,125 15 


26 


10,000 00 



110 



SUPREME COUNCIL OF THE ROYAL ARCANUM. 

President, A. S. Robinson. Secretary, W. O. Robson. 

Commenced business June, 1877. Home office, Boston, Mass. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $2,604,677 59 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, with- 
out deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $211,619 60 

Members at large, cards and dues • 10 '00 

Assessments : Mortuary 7,505,892 72 

Medical examiners' fees 3,705 50 

Total paid by members $7,721,227 82 

Interest 80,426 86 

From all other sources -^. . 8,120 09 - 

Total income during the year 7,809,774 77 

Sum : $10,414,452 36 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $7,320,54164 

Payments returned to applicants or members. 9 50 

Total paid to members $7,320,551 14 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents 

for organization of subordinate bodies 26,274 33 

Salaries of officers 72,277 90 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 41,705 76 

Taxes, advertising and printing 19,41165 

All other items 53,526 23 

Total disbursements 7,533,747 01 

Balance : $2,880,705 35 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incum- 
brances $51,170 97 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 2,060,901 07 

Cash deposits In banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 749,256 28 

All other deposits 19,377 03 

Total net ledger assets $2,880,705 35 



311 



NON-LEDGJER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $24,066 62 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, 

stationery 27,632 44 

Total non-ledger assets $51,699 06 

Gross assets $2,932,404 41 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery ^ $8,878 37 

Personal or agents' ledger balances, not secured, and bills 

receivable 3,220 97 

Printing plant 15,633 10 

Depreciation from cost value of ledger assets to bring 

same to marljet value 40,979 69 

Total 68,612 13 

Total admitted assets $2,863,792 28 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses, due and unpaid $191,250 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 2,136 32 

Advance assessments 2u8 19 

All other (not including contingent mortuary) 297 33 

Total actual liabilities 193,89184 

Balance $2,669,900 44 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $642,772 81 

Mortuary assessments not yet called for 208 19 

Total due from members $642,981 00 

Net amount due from members 642,981 00 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment $123,000 00 

Losses resisted 483,500 00 

All other contingent liabilities 18,000 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities f624,50O 00 



312 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force Decem- 
ber 31 (beginning of year) 254,322 $615,329,000 00 4,072 $10,867,000^00 

Policies or certificates written or in- 
creased during the calendar year.... 39,581 59,766,000 00 453 686,000 00 

Total 293,903 $675,095,000 00 4,525 $11,553,000 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in 

force during the year 10,814 "21,776,000 00 184 369,500 00 

Total policies or certificates in 
force December 31 (end of 

year) 283,089 $653,319,000 00 4,341 $11,183,500 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 

(beginning of year) 261 $685,525 00 3 $7,500 00 

Interest 272 50 .... 

Losses and claims incurred during the 

calendar year ' 2,815 7,453,500 00 47 129,000 00 

Total 3,076 $8,139,297 50 50 $136,500 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, com- 
promised or paid during the year. . . 2,760 $7,341,547 50 48 $132,500 00 

Unpaid 2 4,000 00 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse 7,999 7,453,500 00 124 240,500 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
death or specific benefit during the 
year 2,815 14,322,500 00 47 129,000 00 



313 



ROYAL CIRCLE. 

President, F. D. Rugg. Secretary, James Walsh. 

Incorporated November 7, 1896. Commenced business November 7, 1896. 

Home oflice, Springfield, 111. 



BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $9,769 23 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $2,988 20 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 9,918 93 

Assessments : Mortuary, expense 175,055 77 

Total paid by members $187,962 90 

Interest 587 50 

From all other sources 936 37 

Total income during the year 189,486 77 

Sum $199,256 00 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $138,167 15 ■ . 

Payments returned to applicants or members 90 90 - 

Total paid to members $138,258 05 ■ 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 4,669 53 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 6,505 99 

Salaries of officers 7,689 28 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,222 50 

Rent, advertising, supplies and printing 3,109 97 

All other items' : 0,806 80 

Total disbursements 176,262 12 

Balance $22,993 88 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $15,000 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 2,762 45 

All other deposits 5,231 43 

Total net ledger assets $22,993 SS 



314 



NON-LBDGiER ASSETS. 



Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $1,500 00 

Other items 1,500 00 



Total non-ledger assets $3,000 00 



Gross assets $25,993 88 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $1,500 00 



Total 1,500 00 



Total admitted assets $24,493 88 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $15,274 26 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted not yet due $26,450 00 

Losses resisted ■ 1,000 00 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities $27,450 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OB POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force Decem- 
ber 31 (beginning of year) 15,372 $21,200,691 70 141 $191,500 00 

Policies or certificates written or in- 
creased during the calendar year.... 2,652 2,731,500 00 64 53,000 00 



Total 18,024 $23,932,191 70 205 $244,500 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in 

force during the year 2,189 2,560,450 00 25 24,050 00 



Total policies or certificates in 
force December 31 (end of 

year) 15,835 $21,371,741 70 180 $220,450 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 

(beginning of year) 25 $31,99166 .... 

Losses and claims incurred during the 

calendar year 138 139,800 00 3 $3,050 00 



Total 163 $171,791 66 3 $3,050 00 

Losses and claims scaled down, com- 
promised or paid during the year.. 141 $144,34166 3 $3,050 00 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse 2,088 2,422,500 00 23 21,050 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by 
death or specific benefit during the 
year 101 137,950 00 2 3,000 00 



315 
ROYAL FRATERNAL UNIOJ^T. 

President, F. H. Pickrell. Secretary, P. F. Hellmutli. 

Incorporated February 25, 1897. Commenced business March 20, 1897. 

Home office, St. IjOuis, Mo. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount of ledger assets December 31st of previous year $2,705 40 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $1,512 33 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 665 38 

Assessments : Mortuary, expense 51,340 13 

Total paid by members $53,517 84 

Interest and rent 87 58 

From all other sources 567 16 

Total income during the year 54,172 58 

Sum $56,877 98 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $22,656 83 

Payments returned to applicants or members 70 38 

Total paid to members $22,727 21 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account fees and dues 9,946 06 

Commissions paid or allowed for collecting assessments 4,053 55 

Salaries of officers 3,401 29 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 5,442 57 

Medical examiners' fees 11 00 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 3,240 99 

All other items 4,999 71 

Total disbursements 53,722 38 

Balance * $3,155 60 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office $454 11 

All other deposits 2,70149 

Total net ledger assets $3,155 SO 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Bills received— notes of members $5,342 94 

Agents' balances 464 84 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 2,9b0 00 

Total non-ledger assets 8,757 78 

Gross assets $11,913 38 



316 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 2,950 OO 

Personal or agents' ledger balances and bills receivable, not 

secured 5,807 78 

Total ; $8,757 78 

Total admitted assets $3,155 60 

LIABILITIES. 

Advance assessments $732 88 

Total actual liabilities 732 88 

' Balance 52,422 72 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Assessments unpaid $8,825 05 

Deduct estimated cost of collection 882 00 

Net amount due from members $7,943 05 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted not yet due $2,346 59 

Losses resisted 955 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $3,301 59 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. 
No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 (beginning of year) 4,514 $2,459,200 00 
Policies or certificates written or increased during the calendar 

year 8,061 2,418,300 00 

Total 12,575 $4,877,500 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force during the year 7,834 2,304,300 00 

Total policies or certificates in force December 31 (end of 

year) 4,741 $2,573,200 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (beginning of year) 14 $6,984 88 

Losses and claims incurred during the calendar year 1,166 18,973 54 

Total 1,180 $25,958 42 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised or paid during 

the year 1,169 $22,656 S3 

Policies and certificates terminated by lapse 7,806 2,304,300 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or specific benefit 

during the year 28 



317 
ROYAL LEAGUE. 

President, W. B. Hj-de. Secretary, C. E. Piper. 

Commenced business November, 1883. Home office, Cliicago, III. 

BALANCE SHEET. 

Amount net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $531,602 73 

INCOME DURING YEAE. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $5,551 30 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 3,951 00 

Assessments : Mortuary, expense 639,211 67 

Total paid by members $648,713 97 

Interest and rent 19,073 34 

From all other sources 5,226 31 

Total income during the year 673,013 62 

Sum $1,204,616 35 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $434,668 45 

Payments returned to applicants or members 3 56 

Total paid to members $434,672 01 

Commissions, fees and salaj-ies paid or allowed to agents on 

account fees and dues 16,118 15 

Salaries of officers 8,853 31 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 8,090 26 

Medical examiners' fees , 2,046 00 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 4,495 16 

All other items 29,700 48 . 

Total disbursements 503,975 37 

Balance $700,640 98 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $558,935 58 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 7,409 33 

All other deposits 136,046 07 

Total $702,390 98 

Deduct ledger liabilities 1,750 00 

Total net ledger assets .$700,640 98 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $2,489 15 

Due from councils, supplies, membership fees and expense 

assessments 3,778 69 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 2,217 98 

Other items 50,744 75 

Total non-ledger assets 59,230 57 

Gross assets $759,871 55 



318 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $2,217 98 

Due from councils, supplies, membersliip fees "and expense 

assessments 5,523 44 

Excels of fees over death claims 584 54 

Depreciation of cost value of ledger assets to bring same to 

market value 10,736 01 



Total $19,061 97 



Total admitted assets $740,809 58 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses, due and unpaid $48,415 46 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 7,990 33 



Total actual liabilities 56,405 79 



Balance $684,403 79 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments, not yet called for losses unadjusted $49,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment .' $40,000 00 

Losses resisted , 8,415 46 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities $48,415 46 

EXHIBIT OP CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 

No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 21,652 $51,792,000 00 405 $626,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 3,697 4.324,500 00 202 222,500 



Total 25,349 $56,116,500 00 607 $848,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,681 ,2,637,000 00 30 39,000 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 23,668 $53,479,500 00 577 $809,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 

(beginning of year) 16 $44.000 00 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 229 463,508 91 4 $4,125 



Total 245 $507,508 91 4 $4,125 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 228 $434,668 45 4 $4,125 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse 1,511 2,141,000 00 27 33,500 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 170 434,000 3 4,000 



319 
ROYAL XEIGHBORS OF AMERICA. 

President, E. A. Enright. Secretary, Myrtle E. Dade. 

Commenced business March 21, 1895. Incorporated Marcli 21, 1S95. 

Home oflBce, Rock Island, 111. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $130,311 43 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $8,475 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 91,622 80 

Assessments : Mortuary 447,537 25 

Total paid by members $547,635 05 

Interest 3,153 02 

From all other sources 9,530 06 

Total income during the year 560,318 13 

Sum $690,629 56 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $401,466 66 

Payments returned to applicants or members 103 55 

Total paid to members $401,570 21 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commission 12,423 59 

Salaries of officers 18,883 79 

Salaries and other compensation- of office employes 9,902 85 

Medical examiners' fees 811 07 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 6,506 34 

All other items 75,662 91 

Total disbursements 525,760 76 

Balance $164,868 80 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count $164,868 80 

Total net ledger assets $164,868 SO 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Furniture, fixtures and 'safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $10,372 51 

Other items 45,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets _ 55,372 51 

Gross assets $220,241 31 



320 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $10,372 51 

Total $10,372 51 

Total admitted assets $209,868 80 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $67,500 00 

Total actual liabilities 67,500 00 

Balance $142,368 80 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $45,000 00 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses resisted $67,500 GO 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 69,812 $76,655,000 1,432 $1,461,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 8,629 8,949.000 321 319,500 

Total 78,441 $85,604,000 1,758 $1,780,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year ■ 3,415 3,740,000 119 123,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 75.02G $81,864,000 1,634 1,657,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (begin- 
ning of year) 34 $37,000 

Claims— liability not admitted, but paid 2 2,000 — 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 389 441,000 9 $9,000 

Total 425 $480,000 9 $9,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 366 $412,500 8 $8,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.... 3,026 3,135,000 113 115,500 
Policies or certificates terminated bj'' death or 

specific benefit during the year 389 441,000 9 9,000 



321 
ROYAL TEMPLARS. 

President, Chas. Mills. Secretary, J. W. Grosvenor. 

Commenced business February 3, 1S77. Incorporated July L, 1878. ^ 

Home oflrce, 43 Niagara street, Buffalo, N. Y. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $58,893 06 

INCOME I>URING YEAR. 

<iross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Oross amount of membership fees $6,417 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 20,470 21 

Assessments : Mortuary 266,196 75 

Medical examiners' fees 975 25 

Total paid by members $294,059 71 

Interest 4114 

From all other sources 3,149 04 

Total income during year 297,249 89 

Sum $3.56,142 95 

DISBURt*EMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $251.788 86 : 

Salaries of officers and compensation of organizers 25.5o2 05 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 3,696 85 

Medical examiners" fees 2,389 50 

Rent, advertising and printing 4,065 08 • 

All other items 4,781 20 

Total disbursements , 292,223 54 

Balance $63,919 41 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $2,552 62 , 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate 15,800 00 

Cash in hands subordinate secretaries 6,812 06 

Cash in office 19,927 54 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 18,827 19 

Total net ledger assets $63,919 41 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $297 83 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 4,000 00 

Total non-ledger assets 6,245 21 

Gross assets $70,164 62 

21— Ins. Dept. 



322 



DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $4,0iK) 00 

Total $4,000 00 

Total admitted assets $66,164 62 

' LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid : % $43,250 00 

Total actual liabilities 43,250 00 

Balance $22,914 62 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $51,000 00 

Special assessments \ 42,000 00 

Total due from members $93.000 00 

Net amount due from members .- 115.914 62 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses adjusted not yet due $62,144 00 

Total contingent mortuary liabilities $53,770 62 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beg-innlng of year) 16,514 $17,378,650 1,065 $825,750 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 3,312 2,445,000 269 222.750 

Total 19.826 $19,823,650 1,334 $1,048,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 4,451 3,633,000 425 345,500 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 15,375 $16,190,650 909 $703,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- - . 

ginning of year) 74 $100,850 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 204 260,650 5 $5,500 

Total 278 $361,500 5 $5,500 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 196 $256,106 2 $1,500 

Policies and certificates terminated by lapse.. 424 3,372,3.50 420 340,000 
Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 204 260,6.50 5 5, .500 



323 



UNITED ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, H. L. Southworth. Secretary, S. W. Dennlson. 

Commenced business April, 1893. Home office, MilW-auliee, tVis. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $94,370 35 

INCOME DURING. YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Gross amount of membership fees $4,835 50 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 10,283 00 

Assessments for expenses 94,099 21 

Total paid by members " $109,227 71 

Intel"est and rent 3,873 15 

From all other sources 883 77 

Total income during the year 113,984 63 

Sum $208,354 98 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $58,6^:5 00 

Payments returned to menibeF;S,,,^. ,.,.,... 1116 

Total paid to members .■ $58,636 16 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for ■ , . 

organization of subordinate bodies 7,758 50 

Salaries'of managers and agents not paid by commissions... 100 00 

Salaries of officers 3,112 50 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 984 00 

Medical examiners' fees 5,142 06 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing I,0y6 59 

All other items 10,861 36 

Total, disbursements - .' 87,691 17 

Balance $120,663 81 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Loans on mortgages (first liens) on real estate $27,100 OO 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely ..;... 85,240 00 

Agents' ledger balances and bills receivable 650 00 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 7,673 81 

Total net ledger assets $120,663 81 



324 



NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Interest due and accrued $1,863 88 

Market value of bonds and stocks over cost 1,847 52 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery 950 00 

Total non-ledger assets $4,661 40 

Gross assets $125,325 21 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Furniture, fixtures and safes, supplies, printed matter, sta- 
tionery $950 00 

Casli advanced to, or in the hands of oflScers, agents and 

organizers 650 00 

Total 1,600 00 

Total admitted assets $123,725 21 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid •. $8,000 00 

Salaries, rents and office expenses due and accrued 425 00 

Total actual liabilities 8,425 00 

Balance $115,300 21 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business. Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount, 

Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 8,006 $8,517,500 240 $213,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 1,989 1,965,500 216 162,500 

Total 9,995 $10,473,000 456 $376,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,236 1,205,500 149 139,500 

Total policies or certificates In force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 8,759 $9,277,500 307 $236,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 3 $2,250 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 64 63,875 3 $3,000 

Total 67 $66,125 3 $3,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 58 $58,625 3 $3,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse.... 1.173 1,147,500 146 136,500 
Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 55 58,000 3 3,000 



325 



UNITED ORDER OF THE GOLDEN CROSS. 

President, John D. Young. Secretary, W. R. Cooper. 

Commenced business July 4. 1S76. Home office, Knoxville, Tenn. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $66,795 29 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc $2,333 30 

Assessments for expenses 524,911 45 

Total paid by members $-527,244 65 

Interest and rent 2,888 33 

From all other sources 495 09 

Total income during year .530,628 07 

Sum $.597,423 36 

disbi'rst:ments during year. 

Total paid to members $506.294 09 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents for 

organization of subordinate bodies 3,381 00 

Salaries of managers and agents not paid by commissions.. 10,081 30 

Salaries of officers , 8,.558 98 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 6,338 36 

Medical examiners' fees 3.014 .50 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 1,797 85 

All other items 19,2ii8 88 

Total disbursements 558,674 96 

Balance $38,748 40 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely $10.000 00 

Cash in office , 93 85 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- 
count 87,205 63 

All other deposits 2,663 17 

$99,962 65 

Le^s outstanding debts not yet presented for payment 61,214 25 

Total net ledger assets. $38,748 40 

non-ledger ASSETS. 

Total non-ledger assets ' 709 98 

Gross assets $39,4.58 38 



326 



LIABILITIES. 



Losses due and unijaid ;/. 

Salaries, rents and ofHce expenses due and accrued. 



$2,500 00 
279 90 



Total actual lialiilities. 
Balance 



2,779 90 



$36,678 48 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Total due from members 



$43,904 38 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 



Losses adjusted not yet due. 
Losses resisted 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities. 



$14,500 00 
27,500 OO 

$42,000 00 



EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 



Total Business. Business 
No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) ' 26,621 $32,493,500 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 2,445 1,662,000 



Total 29,066 $34,155,500 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force dur- 
ing the year 9,357 11,119,000 



isiness in 

No. 


Indiana. 
Amount. 


732 


$819,250 


90 


52,500 


822 


$871,750 


264 


267,750 



Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 19,709 $23,036,500 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 52 $77,750 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year .- 352 475,250 



Total 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 

Policies or certificates terminated by lapse. . 
Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 



352 

404 



$553,000 



372 $508,500 
9,005 10,643,750 



558 



11 

9?; 9 



$604,000 



$13,000 



352 



475.250 



$13,000 



$12,000 
254,750 



13,000 



327 



WOMEN'S CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORESTERS. 

President, Elizabeth Rodgers. Secretary, Catherine Hughes. 

Commenced business June 23, 1891. Home ofBce, 617 Roanolie Bldg., Chicago, IH. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $172,582 52 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

Gross amount paid by members to the association, without 
deductions, as follows: 

Convention J861 75 

Gross amount of membership fees 1,525 00 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 38,854 27 

Assessments : Mortuary 411,849 88 

Medical examiners' fees 7,2V5 00 

Total paid by members $460,365 90 

Interest 3,274 67 

From all other sources 6,335 60 

Total income during the year 469,976 17 

Sum $642,558 69 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. . 

Claims paid $375,825 00 

Commissions, fees and salaries paid or allowed to agents on 

account fees and dues 1,600 00 

Salaries of officers 10,595 65 

Salaries and other compensation of office employes 2,820 00 

Medical examiners' fees 7,275 00 

Rent, advertising and printing 6,-345 59 

All other items 6,021 06 

Total disbursements 410,4g!2 30 

Balance $232,0';^ 39 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cash in office $5128 

Cash deposits in banks on emergency or reserve fund ac- • 

count 185,602 74 

All other deposits 46,422 37 

Total net ledger assets : $232,076 39 

LIABILITIES. 

Losses due and unpaid $11,050 00 

Total actual liabilities 11,050 00 

Balance $221,026 .39 



328 



CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 
Mortuary assessments called and not yet due $6,300 Oft 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 
Losses adjusted not yet due $69,000 00 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Business". Business in Indiana. 
No. Amount. No. Amount. 
Policies or certificates in force December 31 

(beginning of year) 37,913 $40,740,000 640 $655,000 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 5,420 5,425,000 127 , 130,000 

Total 43,333 $40,165,000 767 $785,000 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 1,458 1,458,000 47 47,CO0 

» 

Total policies or certificates in force De- 
cember 31 (end of year) 41,875 $44,707,000 720 $738,000 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 54 $5,755,000 2 $2,000 

Losses and claims incurred during the calen- 
dar year 362 398,325 7 7,000 

Total 416 $455,875 9 $9,000 

Losses and claims scaled down, compromised 

or paid during the year 343 $375,825 8 $8,000 

Policies or certificates terminated by death or 

specific benefit during the year 73 80.050 1 1.000 



329 



WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. 

President, Joseph C. Root. Secretary, John T. Yates. 

•Commenced business January 1. 1891. Home offlce, Omaha. Neb. 

BALANCE SHEET. 
Amount of net ledger assets December 31st of previous year $819,908 97 

INCOME DURING YEAR. 

■Gross amount paid by members to the association, witli- 
out deductions, as follows: 

•Gross amount of membership fees $27,646 26 

Dues for expenses, per capita tax, etc 337.799 39 

Assessments: Mortuary, sinking fund, emergenc.v 2,730,032 08 

Total paid by members $3,095,477 73 

Interest and rent 38,817 16 

From all other sources 2.5,136 22 

Total income during the j'ear 3,159.43111 

Sum $3,979,340 08 

DISBURSEMENTS DURING YEAR. 

Claims paid $1,907.3'J6 43 

Monuments 133,400 00 

Temporary disability and old age benefits 15,030 64 

Total paid to members $2,055,737 07 

Commissions and fees paid or allowed to deputies on ac- 
count fees and dues 114,778 53 

Salaries of officers 14,088 04 

Salaries and other compensation of offlce employes 50,93141 

Medical examiners' fees , 7,171 79 

Rent, taxes, advertising and printing 40,010 05 

All other items 190,337 67 

Total disbursements 2.473,0.54 58 

Balance $1,506,285 52 

LEDGER ASSETS. 

Cost value of real estate in cash, exclusive of incumbrances. $75,000 00 

Cost value of bonds and stocks owned absolutely 799,541 61 

Cash in offlce 5,271 70 

Cash deposits in bank on emergency or reserve fund account 4,600 06 

All other deposits 627,703 71 

Total $1,512,117 08 , 

Less deputies' credit balances 5,831 56 

Total net ledger assets $1,506,285 52 



330 

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. 

Inventory, due from camps and others $45,974 71 

Total non-ledger assets '. ■ $45,974 7t 

Gross assets $1,552,260 23- 

DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED. 

Inventory, due from camps and others $45,974 71 

Total 45,974 71 

Total admitted assets $1,506,285 52. 

LIABILITIES. 
Losses due and unpaid . , $2,914 41 

Total actual liabilities 2,914 41 

Balance $1,503,371 11 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY ASSETS (OR RESOURCES). 

Mortuary assessments due and unpaid $250,000 00' 

CONTINGENT MORTUARY LIABILITIES. 

Losses in process of adjustment $265,975 00' 

Losses resisted : 33,750 00 

All other contingent liabilities 79,400 00 

Unpaid installments on disability claims, less 4 per cent 12,236 00 



Total contingent mortuary liabilities $391,36100 

EXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES OR POLICIES. 

Total Busine.'s. Busine.=s in Indiana^ 

No. Amount. No. Amount 
Policies or certificates in force December 

31 (beginning of year) 176.028 $275,557,300 00 3,533 $4,984,300 00 

Policies or certificates written or increased 

during the calendar year 57,958 72,107,300 00 1,554 1,623,400 00 



Total 233,986 $347,664,600 00 5,087 $6,607,700 00 

Deduct decreased or ceased to be in force 

during the year 26,810 34,186,000 00 608 671,800 00- 



Total policies or certificates in force 

December 31 (end of year) 207,173 $31,347,600 00 4,479 $5,935,900 00 

Losses and claims unpaid December 31 (be- 
ginning of year) 121 $258,333 34 

Losses and claims incurred during the cal- 
endar year 1,440 2,194,762 50 



Total 1,561 $2,453,095 84 

Losses and claims scaled down, compro- 
mised or paid during the year 1,359 $2,056,256 43 

Policies and certificates terminated by 

lapse 25,370 2,366,800 00 

Policies or certificates terminated by death 

or specific benefit during the year 1,440 31,819,200 00 



1 


$1,700 00 


31 


44.420 50 


32 


$46,120 50 


30 


$41,720 50 


577 


625,200 00 


31 


46,600 00- 



INDEX. 



INDIANA FIRE COMPANIES. 

PAGE. 

Firemeu and Mecliaiiics, Madison 4. l4-7(), I4i> 

German Fire, Indianapolis 4^ 14-7(1. 142 

Grain Dealers National Mutual Fire. Indianapolis 4, 143 

Indiana Lumbermen's Mutual. Indianapolis 4. 144 

Indiana Millers Mutual Fire. Indianapolis 4. 14(; 

Indianapolis Fire. Indianapolis : 4, 14-7(j. 147 

Indianapolis German Mutual. Indianapolis 4, i.^o 

FIRE COMPANIES OF OTHER STATES. 



^Etna, Hartford 

Agricultural, Waterto\Yn 

Allemanuia Fire, Pittsburgh 

American, Newark 

American Central, St. Louis 

American Fire, Philadelphia 

Buffalo Commercial, Butt'alo 

Buffalo German. Buff'alo 

Citizens, St. Louis 

Concordia Fire, Mihvaukee 

Connecticut Fire, Hartford 

Continental, New York , 

Delaware, Philadelphia 

Detroit Fire and Marine. Detroit '. 

Equitable Fire and Marine, Providence. 

Farmers Fire, York 

Fire Association, Philadelphia 

Flremans Fund, San Francisco 

Firemens, Newark 

Franklin Fire, Philadelphia 

German, Freeport 

German Alliance, New York 

German American. New Y'ork 

German Fire, Pittsburg 

German Fire, Peoria 

Germania Fire, New Y'ork 

Glens Falls, Glens Falls 

Girard Fire and Marine, Philadelphia.. 

(jlobe and Rutgers, New York 

Hanover Fire. New York 

Hartford Fire, Hartford 



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Home, New York 

Home Fire and Marine, San Francisco 

Insurance Company of North America. Philadelphia. 

Michigan Fire and Marine, Detroit 

Milwaukee Fire, Milwaukee 

Milwaukee Mechanics. Milwaukee 

National Fire, Hartford 

National Union Fire, Pittsburgh 

Newark Fire, Newark 

New Hampshire Fire, Manchester 

New York Fire, New York 

Niagara Fire, New I'ork 

Northwestern National, Milwaukee 

Ohio Farmers, Le Roy 

Orient. Hartford 

Pelican Assurance. New York 

Pennsylvania Fire. Philadelphia 

Phenix, Brooklyn 

Phoenix, Hartford 

Providence-Washington. Providence 

Queen, New York 

Reliance. Phil;idelphia ' 

Rochester German, Rochester 

St. Paul Fire and Marine, St. Paul 

Security, New Haven 

Springfield Fire and Marine, Springfield 

Teutonia Fire and Marine, Dayton 

Traders. Chicago 

United States Fire, New York .' 

Westchester Fire. New York 

Western Underwriters Association. Chicago 

Williamsburgh City Fire, Brooklyn 





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FIRE COMPANIES OP FOREIGN COUNTRIES. 



Aachen and Munich. Aix-la-Chappelle 

Atlas Assurance, London 

^ British America, Toronto 

Caledonian, Edinburgh 

Cologne Re-Insurance, Cologne 

Commercial Union. Londoii 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire. Haml)urg 

IJverpool and London and Globe. Liverpool. 

Londoxi and Lancashire, London 

London Assiu'ance, London 

Manchester Assurance, Manchester 

Moscow Fire, Moscow 

Munich Re-Insurance, Munich 

North British and Mercantile, I>ondon, 



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Nortlieru Assiirauce, London 

Norwich Union Fire, Norwich 

Palatine, London 

Phoenix Assurance, London 

Prussian National, Stettin 

Royal. Liverpool 

Royal Exchange, London 

Salauiandra, St. Petersburg 

Scottish Union and National, Edinburgh. 

Sliandia, Stoclvholm 

Sun Insurance Office. London 

Thuringia. Erfurt 

L^nion Assurance, Loudon 

\yestern Assurance, Toronto 



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MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES OF INDIANA. 

Continental Casualty. Hammond 7. 19-80. 151 

Federal L'nion Surety, Indianapolis 7. 19-80. 153 

Indiana and Ohio Live Stock 7. 155 

MISCELLANEOUS COMPANIES OF OTHER STATES AND 
COUNTRIES. 

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^Etna Indemnity, Hartford 

.5i]tna Life (Accident Department), Hartford 

American Bonding Company, Baltimore 

American Credit Indemnity, New York 

American Surety, New York 

Bankers Surety, Cleveland 

Casualty Co. of America, New Y'ork 

City Trust, Safe Deposit and Surety, Philadelphia 

Employers Liability. London 

Fidelity and Casualty, New Y^ork 

Fidelity and Deposit, Baltimore 

Frankfort Marine, Accident and Plate Glass, Frankfort. 

Hartford Steam Boiler, Hartford 

Lloyds Plate Glass, New York 

London Guarantee and Accident, London 

Maryland Casualty, Baltimore 

Metropolitan Plate Glass, New York . 

National Surety, New Y'ork 

New Jersey Plate Glass. NeAvark 

New Y'ork Plate Glass, New Y'ork 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation. London 

Pacific Mutual Life. San Francisco 

Preferred Accident, New Y'orlv 

Standard Life and Accident. Detroit 

Title Guaranty and Trust. Scranton 

Travelers, Hartford 

Union Casualty and Surety, St. Louis 



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United States Casualty. New York ,...:..:.. . >-.■ . ■■ ,;,.-,8, 20-81 ■ 

T'nited States Fidelity and Guaranty. Baltimore .. .■ ; :: 8, 20-81 ■ 

United States Guarantee. New York .,. .,■. ...,..■; 8. 20-81 

I'nited States Health and Aeoident. Saginaw ■;. ;.'.^%.'- ■> • ■ 8i 20-81- 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES OF INDIANA, i' 

American Central. Indianapolis . . •. .8, 84-96, 158 

Inter-State, Indianapolis . :':7.'. .. . . .8, 84-96, 162 

Liberal Life, Anderson .....; .^8, 84-96, 165 

Meridian Life and Trust. Indianapolis .■.".. Vs, 84-96, 168 

Reserve Loan, Indianapolis .' .8, 84-96, 171 

State, Indianapolis : . . .,'. . .8. 84-96, 174 

LIFE INSI^RANCE COMPANIES OF OTHER STATES. 

.Etna, Hartford , ... . ...,.,. ,. 8,; 84-96. 

Berkshire.' Pittsfield . . .VV,.,.,V- • ■:..■■. 8, 84-96 

Connecticut Mutual. Hartford ..':...,. 8,. 84-96 

Des Moines. Des Moines . 8, 84-96 

EquitaMe. Des Moines ...... . . 8, 84-96 

Equitable, New York : .• ■ • 9, 84-96 

Franklin Life, Springfield. \ 9, 84-96 

Fidelity Mutual. Philadelphia ..;... 9, 84-96 

Germania, New Y'ork .■ .'.'.■. '9, 84-96 

Hartford. Hartford .^ , j;.:. .^ ■ . y:v:':\ . . . "■9,85-96 

Home, New York .: .. .. ;l :..v.'.': .I'v: .' ' ' 9, 85-96 

Illinois Life. Chicago -■. . .\ . I'.v'.. ''''' ' ^, 85-96 

John Hancock Mutual, Boston I .'; .'. . •.'. ''9, "85-96 

Life Insurance Co. of Virginia, Richmond '■:. ':. .". . 9, 85-96 

Manhattan, New York .......... ......... .::.:.....'.'. ■ " ' ^, 8o-96 

Massachusetts Mutual, Springfield ! ..'... ...' '9,' 85-97 

Metropolitan. New York ■.■: . . . .!'.•.■''' 9, 85-97 

Michigan Mutual, Detroit .■: .• v. . ' ' S; 85-97 ' 

Minnesota Mutual. St. Paul. :. '. .V; . . . . ' '■ 9, 85 

Mutual, New York .;■.... • 9, '85-97 

Mutual -Benefit, Newark ;.......... ''9, '85-97 

Mutual Reserve Life, New York .............' '9, 85-97 

Mutual Life of Illinois, Chicago : '9. 85-97 

National of the U. S. A.. Chicago : ' 9,' 8o-97' 

National, ilontpelier '9, 85-97 

New England Mutual, Boston .... .:'. . 9i 85-97 

New York, New York :....... 9. 85-97 

Northwestern Mutual. Milwaukee. .- 9, 85-97 

Northwestern National, Minneapolis 9, 85-97 

Pacific Mutual. San Francisco 9. 85-97 

Penn Mutual, Philadelphia 9. 85-97 

I'hoenix :Mutual, Hartford ......;'.'.. 9, 85-97 

Provident Life and Trust, Philadelphia 9. 85-97 

Pro\ ident Savings, New York 9, 85-97 



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Pi'ucloiitial, Nev\'ai'k . ,._ 9. 85-!)7 

Royal Union Mutual, Des Moines .:. '."'. . : . ... . 9, 85-97 

Security Mutual, Binghamton ^ ........ . 9, 85-97 

Security Trust and Life, rhilaclelphia. - .:..... 9, 85-97 

State Mutual. Worcester 9. 85-97 

Travelers, Hartford 9. 85-97 

Union Central, Cincinnati 9, 85-97 

Union ^Mutual, Tortland 9, 85-97 

United States. New York 9, 85-97 

Washington, New York 9, 85-97 

Western and Southern Life, Cincinnati 9. 85-97 

ASSESSMENT LIFE ASSOCLITIONS OF INDIANA. 

Union Life. Indiraiapolis 10, 10l)-134, 180 

LIFE ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 

Bankers Life, Des Moines 10. 100-134, 184 

Knights Templars and Masons Life Indemnity. Chicago. . .10. 100-134, 186 
World Mutual Life, Des Moines 10. 100-134. 188 

ASSESSMENT ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS OF INDIANA. 

Central Mutual Benefit, Evansville 10, 100-134. 192 

Columbian Relief Fund. Indianapolis 10, 100-134, 194 

Commercial Travelers Mutual Accident. Indianapolis 10. 100-134. 190 

Fort Wayne Mercantile Aq^-ident. Fort Wayne 10. 100-134, 198 

Home Mutual Benefit. South Bend 10. luo-134. 2(io 

Indiana Benefit, New Albany 10. 101-134, 202 

Postal Accident and Sick Benefit. South Bend 10. 101-134. 204 

Security Accident and Sick Benefit, Seymour 10,. 101-134, 200 

Wabash Mutual Benefit, Indianapolis 10, 101-134, 208 

ASSESSMENT ACCIDENT ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 

American Relief. Society. Bay City 10,- lOl-lSS'. 214 

American Health and Accident, Detroit .10, , 101-135, 212 

Loyal Protective Association, Boston .10, 101-135. 216 

Nationni Accident Society. New York 10, 101-135, 218 

National ]\[asonic Accident, Des Moines 10, 101-135. 222 

National Life and Accident, Nashville. Tenn 10, 101-135, 220 

National Protective, Detroit 10. 101-135, 224 

New York Casualty, New York 10. 101-135, 226 

Phoenix Accident and Sick Benefit, Benton HarlMjr 10, 101-135, 228 

Preferred Accident, Detroit 10. 101-135, 230 

Woodmen's Accident, Lincoln 10, 101-135. 282 

FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS OF INDIANA. 

American Plowmen 10. 101-135. 236 

Benevolent Order of Colonials 10. 101-135. 240 



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Catholic Benevolent League 10, 101-135, 242 

Fraternal Assurance Society of America 10, lOl-loo, 243 

Independent Order Foresters of America 10, 101-135 

Improved Order Knights of Pythias 10, 101-135. 247 

Knights and Ladies of Columbia 10. 101-135, 248 

Knights and Ladies of Honor If), 102-135, 250 

Modern Samaritans of the World 10, 102-135, 252 

Order of Frontiersmen 10, 102-135, 245 

Supreme Tribe of Ben Hur 10, 102-135, 254 

United Workmen 10, 102-135, 238 

FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS OF OTHER STATES. 



American Guild 11. 102-136 

Ancient Order of Gleaners 11, 102-136 

Brotherhood of American Yeomen 11, 102-136 

Catholic Knights of America 11, 102-136 

Catholic Order of Foresters 11, 102-136 

Catholic Benevolent Legion 11. 102-136 

Independent Order of Foresters 11, 102-136 

Knights of Columbus 11, 102-136 

Knights of Maccabees 11, 102-136 

Knights of Modern Maccabees 11, 102-136 

Knights of Pythias 11, 102-136 

Knights of Honor 11, 102-136 

Ladies of Maccabees 11, 102-136 

Ladies of Modern Maccabees * 11. 103-136 

Modern Woodmen of America 11. 103-136, 

Modern American Fraternal Order 11, 103-136 

National Union 11, 103-136 

North American Union 11, 103-136 

Order Mutual Protection 11, 103-137 

Order of Patricians ,. .11, 103-137 

Pathtinders 11, 103-137 

Protected Home Circle 11, 103-137 

Plattdeutsche Grot Glide 11, 103-137 

Red Men's Fraternal Accident 11, 103-137 

Royal Arcanum 11, 103-137 

Royal Fraternal Union 11. 103-137 

Royal League 11. 103-137 

Royal Neighbors of America 11. 103-137 

Royal Templars 11. 103-137 

Royal Circle 11. 103-137 

Supreme Court of Honor 11. 103-137 

Supreme Conclave Order Heptasophs 11. 103-137 

Sovereign Camp Woodmen of World 11. 103-137 

United Order of Golden Cross 11. 103-137 

United Order Foresters .> 11. 103-137 

Women's Catholic Order Foresters 11. 103-137 



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INDIANA 



BUILDING AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION 

DEPARTMENT 
1904 



D. E. SHERRICK, 

Auditor of State. 

D. J. MENDENHALL, Chief Clerk. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM.B.BURFORU, CONTRACTOR FOtt STATE PRINTING AND BINUING. 

1904. 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 
DEPARTMENT. 



Tlie reports of the several building and loan associations now 
doing business in the State are herewith submitted, as required by 
law. For the year ending June 30, 1904, three hundred and sev- 
enty-seven associations reported, twenty -nine of which are in 
liquidation. There are now about three hundred and forty associa- 
tions engaged in active business, and while these reports show a 
slight falling off in the aggregate amount of business from the pre- 
vious year, the active associations have in reality made a gain. It 
is probable that, as to number and volume of business, they have 
reached a point where the future will not show much change. The 
average investor will deposit his money in bank at a low rate of 
interest, but will refuse to invest in building and loan stock unless 
the dividends are 6 per cent, or more. With the present low rates of 
interest prevailing the association can not earn the profits of for- 
mer years, and if conducting business on a safe basis can not mate 
dividends of over 4 or 5 per cent. Small dividends, likewise, has 
its effect upon the borrower ; jet it is the only practical way offered 
for the average person to acquire a home by small payments and a 
low rate of interest. Most associations are now loaning at 6 per 
cent, and such a rate with 4 per cent, or 5 per cent, dividends 
should attract those desiring a home upon which they must make 
small payments, and the well managed local association offers them 
this opportunity. 

The following associations began business during the year : 



(3) 



NEW ASSOCIATIONS. 



County. 



Location. 



Name. 



Dearborn . . 

Dekalb 

■* Dubois . . . . 
Gibson . . . . 

Grant 

Jackson . . . 

Jasper 

Jasper. . . . 
Lake 

Marion . . . . 

Mation . . . . 

Pike. 

Pike 

Spencer. . . . 
Tippecanoe 

Vermillion. 
Warrick . . 



Dillsboro 

Garrett 

Huntingburg. . . 
Ft. Branch 

Marion 

Medora 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Indiana Harbor 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . 

Petersburg 

Petersburg 

St. Meiniad 

Dayton 

Newport 

Boonville 



Progress Building and fcavinge Association. 

Garrett Real Estate Company. 

Citizens' Loan Association. 

Ft. Branch Building and Loan Association, 
No. 4. 

Marion Savings and Loan Association. 

Medora Building and Loan Association. 

American Building and Loan As ociation. 

Iroquois Building and Loan Association. 

Indiana Haibor Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. 

Downey Street Savings and Loan Association, 
No. 6. 

Phalanx Dime Savings Association. 

Security Building and Loan Association. 

^unshine Building and Loan Association. 

St. Meinrad Building and Loan Association. 

Dayton Home Building, Loan Fund and Sav- 
ings Association. 

Wabash Valley Building and Loan Association. 

Warrick Loan and Saving Association. 



The following associations retired from business 
year: 

RETIRING ASSOCIATIONS. 



during 



the 



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Location. 


Name. 


Allen 


Ft. Wayne 


Ft. Wayne Real Estate Company. 


Allen 


Ft. Wayne 


Summit City Agency Company. 


Clinton 


Frankfort 


Home Building and Lo^u Association. 


Dearborn 


Dillsboro 


Economy Building and Loan Association. 


Dubois 


Huntingburg. . . 


Home Loan Association. 


Gibson 


Ft. Branch 


Ft. Branch Building and Loan Association, 
No. 3. 


Hancock 


Shirley 


Home Building and Loan Association. 


Hendricks .... 


Danville 


Farmers' Loan and Trust Company. 


Marion 


Indianapolis.. . 


Independent Turners' Savings and Loan Asso- 
ciation, No. 3 


Marion 


Indianapolis . . 


Union National Savings and Loan Association, 

No. 2. 
Gas City Building and Loan Association. 


Pike../ 


Petersburg 


Putnam 


Greencastle 


Home Building, Loan and Savings Association. 


Tipton 


Tipton 


Standard Building, Loan and Savings Associ- 




ation. 


Wabash 


Wabash 


Wabash Savings, Loan Fund and Building 
Association. 



The following associations have gone into liquidation during the 
year: - ^ 

LIQUID \TING ASSOCIATIONS. 



County. 


Location. 


Name 


Bartholomew. . 

Floyd 

Grant 

Hancock 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Miami 


Columbus 

New Albany . . . 

Marion 

Greenfield ... . 
Indianapolis. . . 
Indianapolis . . . 
Indianapolis . . . 
Indianapolis . . . 
Peru 


Enterpris-e Building and Loan Association. 
Mechanics' Building and Savings Association. 
Marion Home and Savings Association. 
Home Building and Loan Association. 
German National Home Association. 
United States Building and Loan Institution. 
State House Building Association. 
State House Building Association. 
Miami County Loan and Saving Association. 







The Miami County Loan and Savings Association transferred 
its business to the Peru Trust Company. 

The German National Home Association paid its members in 
full. 



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Number of Shares Issued, Withdrawn and Loaned Upon, and 
the Membership of the Building and Loan Associations of Lidi- 
ana for the Years Ending June 30, 1903, and June 30, 1904-- 



Receipts. 



1903. 



1904. 



Cash on hand June 30 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mortgage security repaid ' 

Loans on stock or pass book and other security repaid 

Interest 

Premium '. 

Fines « 

Forfeitures 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Overdraft 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



$1,226,309 81 

8,316,645 23 

1,703,536 35 

1,982,766 92 

6,153,797 70 

1,155,251 03 

1,646,576 86 

150,699 71 

15^016 64 

893 77 

19,464 20 

3,033 28 

1,203,637 62 

342,996 46 

34,598 04 

13,603 37 

677,724 10 



81,340,643 18 

8,098,848 50 

1,197,116 62 

908,375 91 

6,012,552 22 

1,132,703 91 

1,733,268 64 

115,118 01 

13,831 01 

663 40 

2n,304 94 

2,519 77 

1,040,160 65 

280,659 71 

35,757 31 

14,357 94 

531,158 61 



$24,645,551 09 



$22,478,044 83 



Disbursements. 



1903. 



1904. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book security 

Loans on other security 

Withdrawals of running stock and dividends 

AVithdrawals paid-up and prepaid stock and dividends 

Withdrawal deposits and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid stock and deposits 

Expenses, as t er schedule 

Burrowed money repaid 

Interest on borr wed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for borrowers 

Rea I estate 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30 

Total 



$7,754,342 55 

988,470 30 

257,088 01 

6,459,434 84 

1,775,988 88 

1,442,102 11 

1,270,127 45 

623,330 48 

307,234 98 

1,324,265 94 

68,775 56 

37,455 37 

156,743 07 

674,957 17 

1,505,234 38 



$7,136,258 81 
776,734 33 
729, '94 85 

6,677,309 10 

1,909,799 93 
355,681 50 

1,118,991 35 
314,351 53 
316,296 51 
994,472 80 
76,077 39 
25,062 52 
175,225 62 
591,983 52 

1,280,405 07 



$24,645,551 09 



$22,478,044 83 



Assets. 



1903 



1904 



Cash on hand .June 30 ^ 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass-book security 

Loans on other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Sheriff's certificates and judgments.. 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Miscellaneous .. 

Total 



$1,528,218 81 

24,743,974 68 

1,545,932 51 

489,893 74 

24,207 31 

999,778 19 

43,494 42 

44,389 85 

615,208 86 



$1,404,694 50 

24,484.591 89 

1,536,605 22 

814,286 30 

21,273 74 

914,036 71 

18,083 71 

41,078 19 

754,337 62 



$30,035,098 37 



$29,988,987 82 



Liabilities^ 



1903 



1904 



Dues and dividends on running stock 

Paid up and prepaid stock and dividends 

Deposits and dividends 

Matured stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profits 

Borrowed money 

Due on loans 

Miscellaneous 

Total 



$20,950,898 93 

4,739,872 49 

1,802.250 21 

33,907 16 

337,253 86 

926,148 03 

807.994 90 

43,695 76 

393,077 03 



830,035,098 37 



S21 ,243,498 09 
4,688,437 13 
1,061,267 38 
154,344 48 
441,144 07 
888.842 90 
838,327 52 
43,449 58 
629,676 67 



$29,988,987 82 



Statistical. 



1903 



1904 



Number shares running stock beginning of year 

Issued during year 

Matured during year 

Withdrawn during year 

Present total number shares running stock 

Number shares paid-up and prepaid stock beginning of year 

Issued during year 

Cancelled during year ; . . 

Present total number shares paid-up and prepaid stock 

Present total number shares in force at this date 

Number of shares loaned on beginning of year 

Loaned upon during year 

Matured during year 

Repaid during year 

Present number of shares on which loans have been made . . 



569,704 . 


586,782 


161,221 


147,620 


15,766 


13,452 


128,377 


124,790 


586 782 


606,160 


90,175 


72,176 


21,228 


13,891 


20,363 


16.357 


91,040 


69.710 


677,822 


675,870 


226,490 


230,609 


68,674 


69,225 


7,857 


5,158 


57,733 


56,297 


229,474 


238,379 



Membership. 



1903 



1904 



Investing members 

Borrowing members 

Total 

Authorized capital stock 

Capital stock subscribed and in force 



60,405 
36,808 



97,213 



41,609 



110,496 



$195,448,000 
66,730,000 



8192,620,632 
70,299,214 



10 



ADAMS COQNTY. 



THE DECATUR LOAN ASSOCIATION OF DECATUR. 
E. FRITZINGER, Presideut. D. G. M. TROUT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $80 51 

Dues on running stock 2,361 59 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,400 00 

Interest 300 00 

Premium 178 79 

Fines 19 30 

Real estate or certificate sale 450 00 



Disbursements. 

st'k and div'ds. 



Withd'ls of run' 

Expenses 

Old orders 

Cash OD hand Juue 30, 1904 



$2,335 84 

32 70 

2,340 00 

81 65 



Total $4,790 19 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $81 65 

Loans on mortgage security 8,250 00 

Note 70 00 



Total $4,790 19 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 

Undivided profit 

Orders outstanding 



Total. 



:,401 65 



Total. 



6,667 97 
996 58 
737 10 

8,401 65 



Shares of stock in force, 197%; shares loaned on, 82%; membership, 29. 



THE GERMAN BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF DECATUR. 
JAMBS T. MERRYMEN, President. F. M. SCHIRMEYER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines ; 

Real estate 

Ref under insurance and taxes 

±ient 



Total. 



$24,948 51 
14,658 56 
15,700 00 

1,000 00 
4,031 64 
2,596 00 

60 45 
1,740 15 

42 06 
556 55 

$65,333 92 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Loans on mortgage security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Sheriff's certificates and judgm'ts. 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Due from shareholders 



$15,636 38 


62,210 00 


60 00 


4,083 82 


678 48 


43 31 


3,242 04 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $14,330 35 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div ds. 4,826 20 

Matured stock 27,800 00 

Expenses— salaries 724 38 

Expenses— other purposes 160 78 

Interest on borrowed money and 

withdrawals 1,089 63 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 85 37 

Real estate 2 35 

Sheriff's certificate 678 48 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 15,636 38 



Total.. ^ $65,333 92 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $67,235 40 

Undivided profit 18,339 80 

Expense funds 225 93 

Advance payments 152 90 



Total $85,954 03 Total 

Shares of stock in force. 1,314; shares loaned on, 553; membership, 164. 



$85,954 03 



11 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



THE ALLEN COUNTY LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP 

FT. WAYNE. 
GOTTLIEB HALLER, President. E. W. COOK, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $8,965 15 

Dues on running stock 123,333 69 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 104,529 73 

Loans on morfge security renaid. 163,066 28 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 55,171 73 

Interest 40.372 34 

Refunder insurance and taxes 3.144 24 

Rent 1,064 uO 



Total ?499,647 16 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $5,839 43 

Loans on mortgage securit.r 569,729 58 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 41,851 38 

Real estate— office building .\ 20,000 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 1,864 83 

Miscellaneous account , 8,468 79 

Interest unpaid 11,037 69 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $71,072 83 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 44,488 07 

Withdrawals of running stock 114,359 09 

Withd'ls. paid-up and prepaid st'k 207,436 64 

Withdrawals, dividends 8,49182 

Dividends on paid-up stock 29,672 73 

Expenses— salaries 4.464 70 

Expenses— other purposes 3,019 09 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 1,606 39 

Miscellaneous account 9.192 37 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 5,839 43 

Total $499,647 16 

Liabilities. 

Dues on running stock $209,467 31 

Paid-up stock 412,023 50 

Dividends 22,273 50 

Fund for contingent losses 2,500 00 

Interest unpaid 87272 69 

Miscellaneous account 4,254 70 



Total.... $658,791 70 Total. 

Shares of stock in force, 16.144; shares loaned on. 5,761. 



3,791 70 



THE FORT WAYNE BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION OF FORT WAYNE. 
WM. L. MOELLERING, President. PATRICK J. McDOXALD, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $207 36 

Dues on running stock 2,436 17 

Loans on mort'ee security repaid. 47,817 85 

Interest 1,380 37 

Borrowed money 15.125 40 

Mortgages sold 4,174 60 

Miscellaneous 762 90 



Total $71,924 82 

I Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $5,000 00 

Loans on mortgage security, stock 
or pass book security 13,180 40 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k securit.y 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and interest 

Matured stock 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed mone.v repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Interest on mortgages purchased.. 

Advanced dues refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $71,924 82 

Liabilities. 

Dues and dlv'ds on running stock $6,388 38 

Undivided profit 539 81 

Borrowed money 10,925 40 

Dues paid i:n advance 72 00 

Interest paid in advance 5 36 

Interest due on borrowed money.. 249 45 



$21,2.50 00 


31,135 45 


4,000 00 


600 00 


929 36 


7,800 00 


152 61 


482 40 


575 00 


5,000 00 



Total , $18,180 40 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 133; shares loaned on, 20; membership, 25. 



$18,180 40 



12 



ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GERMAN GBRMANIA BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION OF FORT WAYNE. 
HENRY W. BUCK, President. CHAS. H. BUCK, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 


$60 30 


Dues on running stocli: 


... 4.590 00 


Interest 


1,939 00 


Pines 


2 00 


Borrowed money 


570 00 



Total '$7,161 30 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $3 48 

Loans on mortgage security 20,100 00 

Loans on st'ii or pass b'li security 16,200 00 

Miscellaneous .'. 65 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on st'k or pass b'li security $6,365 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds". 59 77 

Expenses— salaries 144 00 

Expenses— other purposes 19 05 

Borrowed money repaid 570 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 3 48 

Total $7,161 30 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $31,897 20 

Undivided profit 4,471 28 



Total $36,368 48 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 255; shares loaned on, 181; membership, 56. 



$36,368 48 



THE TEUTONIA BUILDING. LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

FORT WAYNE. 



PAUL O. RICHTER, President. 



CARL J. WEBER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1903 $20 00 

Dues on running stock 18.320 01 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 10,300 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 5,550 00 

Interest 5,260 84 

Pines 63 27 

Porfeitures 33 11 

Membership fees 48 10 

Rent 2 00 

Borrowed mone.v 9,500 00 

Payments on real estate contracts 108 84 



Total $49,206 17 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $65 19 

Loans on mortgage security 63,250 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3.100 00 

Real estate on hand and unsold.-.". 388 83 

Real estate sold on contract 2,400 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other jjurposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Protested payments refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $49,206 17 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $57,806 26 

Fund for contingent losses 349 09 

Undivided profit 10,800 00 

Real estate contracts 248 67 



$6,000 00 


1,250 00 


18,894 25 


5.800 00 


9,926 60 


21 33 


15,500 00 


588 90 


93 90 


65 19 



Total $69,204 02 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,6071/2; shaves loaned on, 533; membership, 189. 



$69,204 02 



13 



ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE TRT-STATE BUII.DING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

FORT WAYNE. 

GEO. W. PIXLEY, President. CHAS. A. WILDING, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up smd prepaid stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Borrowed money 

Refunder insurance and taxes.... 

Rent 

Savings banks 

From trust companies 



$69,521 31 


556.948 04 


49,228 91 


838,738 25 


316,776 71 


204,149 69 


2,000 00 


5,852 84 


610 00 


3 00 


30,000 00 



Total $2,073,828 75 

Assets. 

Gash on hand June 30, 1904 $58,515 35 

Loans on mortgage security 2,253,929 37 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 258,624 88 

Real estate 25.516 74 

Due for insurance and taxes 14,570 15 

Savings banks 585 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curit'^ 

Withdrawals of running stock 
and dividends 

Withdrawals, paid-up and pre- 
paid stock and dividends. 

Withd'ls, deposits and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 
stock and deposits 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Department trust companj- 

Savings banlcs 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$109,252 99 

43,747 74 

1,311,438 33 

308,205 79 

11,200 00 

130,400 00 

43,591 78 
9,349 00 
3,521 41 

10,000 00 

4.526 36 

30,000 00 

80 00 

58.515 35 



Total ; $2,073,8 

Liabilities. 



7b 



Dues and div'ds on run'g stock. .$1,821,832 82 
Paid-up and prepaid stock and 

dividends 549,077 50 

Deposits and dividends 38,422 64 

Undivided profit 200,408 53 

Borrowed money 2,000 00 



Total $2,611,741 49 Total ; 

Shares of stock in force, 38,967; shares loaned on, 22,539; membership, 5,807. 



2,611,741 49 



THE WAYNE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FORT WAYNE. 
DANIEL KLOTZ, President. J. F. BICKEL, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $1,822 88 

Dues on running stock 23,545 37 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 20,813 81 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 732 00 

Interest 6,055 70 

Borrowed money 4,550 00 

Overdraft 27 10 



Loans on mortgage security $18,833 98 

Withdrawals of running stock and 

applied on loans 18,319 37 

Withdrawals, dividends 1,912 86 

Matured stock 1,900 00 

Expenses— salaries 1,305 00 

Expenses- other purposes 327 27 

Borrowed money repaid 12,475 00 

Interest on borrowed money 2,256 77 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 216 61 

Total '. y $57,546 86 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $43,994 19 

Deposits and dividends 2,366 27 

Matured stocks 700 00 

Undivided profit 1,337 56 

Borrowed money 37,650 00 

Total $86,048 02 Total $86,048 02 

Shares of stock in force, 2,440; shares loaned on, 886; membership, 169. 



' Total $57,546 86 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $216 61 

Loans on mortgage security 85,646 91 

Furniture and fixtures 184 50 



14 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCiItION OF COLUMBUS. 
JOHN Q. DAVIDSON, President. DAVID STOBO, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, ,1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $20,797 20 

Dues on running stoclj 67,679 22 

Loans on mortgage security repaid 30,893 28 
Loans on stock or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 3,926 00 

Interest 9,851 88 

Membersliip fees 208 50 

Transfer fee 1 00 

Rents 74 00 

City orders 9,512 50 



Total $142,313 58 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $20,864 83 

Loans on mortgage security 166,392 21 

Loans on st'lj or pass b"lj security 4,602 35 

Furniture and fixtures 172 50 

Real estate 1,240 97 

Tax certificates 49 83 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security.. 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 



Expenses— salaries 
Expenses— other purposes .. 

Real estate 

Tax certificates 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904. 



Total. 



Liabilities. 



Deposits and dividends. 
Undivided profit 



. $49,660 87 


r 3,846 00 


. 66,501 86 


. 1,276 50 


75 55 


58 40 


29 57 


, 20,864 83 


.$142,313 58 


,$192,909 78 


412 91 



Total $193,322 69 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 2,243; shares loaned on, 797; membership, 636. 



.$193,322 69 



THE HOPE BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HOPE. 
W. H. AIKIN, President. L. O. MILLER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $159 99 

Dues on running stock 18.977 67 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 10.905 00 

Interest 3,240 36 

Fines 92 01 

Membership fees 176 50 



Total $33,551 53 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 -$1,189 50 

Loans on mortgage security 39,26100 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 814 00 



Total $41,264 50 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $15,360 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 219 51 

Matured stock 16,622 81 

Expenses— salaries 310 00 

Expenses— other purposes 150 29 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 1,189 50 



Total $33,551 53 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running 
Undivided profit 



stock $41,260 50 
4 00 



Total $41,264 50 



Shares of stock in force, 1,256; shares loaned on, 186; membership, 284. 



15 



BENTON COUNTY. 



THE OXFORD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OXFORD. 
WM. LAWSON, President. W. M. HARMAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hiand June 30, 1903 $314 44 

Dues on running stock 3,234 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,450 00 

Interest 1,262 50 

Fines 35 80 

Membership fees 25 50 

Borrowed money 3,601 24 

Overdraft 429 84 



Loans on mortgage security $3,750 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'ls and div'ds. 377 42 

Matured stoclj 1,300 00 

Expenses— salaries 41 00 

Expenses— other purposes 37 35 

Borrowed moneyi repaid 4,501 86 

Interest on borrowed money 345 69 



Total $10,353 32 

Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security $16,550 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 8 15 



Total $10,353 32 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $13,390 39 

Undivided profit , 136 68 

Borrowed money 2,601 24 

Overdraft 429 84 



Total. 



S,558 15 



Total $16,558 15 



Shares of stock in force, 4331/4; shares loaned on, I65I/2; membership, 72. 



BLA.CKFORD COUNTY. 



THE BLACKFORD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HART- 
FORD CITY. 
T. P. VAN WINKLE, President. . A. M. WALTZ, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Fines 

Rent 

Expense credit, but not paid 



$384 30 


845 00 


634 55 


978 13 


8 00 


54 00 


70 50 



Total. 



,974 48 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $298 75 

Loans on mortgage security 11,200 00 

Loans on other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Delinquent dues and interest. 

Profit already distributed 

Unearned premium 



50 43 


120 40 


431 43 


246 77 


156 85 


207 93 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $179 07 

Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 
stock and dividends 2,250 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 
and deposits 

A. M. Waltz, second account, bal- 
ance due June 30, 1903 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



66 29 



9 20 
298 75 



Total. 



2,974 48 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $8,526 82 

Paid-up and pre'd st'k and div'ds 650 00 

Matured stock 2,000 00 

Fund for contingent losses 788 50 

Undivided profit 747 24 



Total $12,712 56 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 61; shares loaned on, 56; membership, 29. 



$12,712 56 



16 



BOONE COUNTY. 



THE HOME BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP 

JAMESTOWN. 
JONATHAN E. GIBSON, President. ROBT. N. DICKSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $21 07 

Dues on running stock 1,263 53 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid ' 600 00 

Loans on other security repaid.... 800 00 

Interest 463 93 



Total $3,048 53 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $782 55 

Loans on mortgage security 5.376 39 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 50O 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $95 GO 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 411 53 

E;speuses — salaries 67 50 

Expenses— other purposes 6 35 

Borrowed money repaid 665 00 

Interest on borrowed money 20 60 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 782 55 

Total $3,048 53 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Fund for contingent losses 



Total ■. . . $6,658 94 

Shares of stock in force, 193; shares loaned on, 



Total 

79; membership, 31. 



$6,639 92 
19 02 



3,658 94 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

, OF LEBANON. 
DAVID S. WHITAKER, President. WILLIAM H. ASHLEY, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,252 31 

Dues on running stock 1,946 50 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 999 16 

Interest 1,225 50 

Premium ..■ 150 00 



Total. 



5,573 53 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $2,190 60 

Loans on mortgage security 3,999 40 

Dues, interest and fines 40 70 



Total $6,230 70 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security... 

Expenses^salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Interest on outstanding order. 
Cash on hand June 30. 1904.... 



Total. 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Undivided profit 



stock 



$3,082 92 

111 33 

5 00 

183 68 

2,190 60 



5,573 53 



$5,226 18 
1,004 52 



Total $6,230 70 



Shares of stock in force, 140; shares loaned on, 86; membership, 30. 



BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF THORNTOWN. 
ROBT. W. COALMAN, President. GEO. LYSTER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,009 84 

Dues on running stoclj 2,703 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 455 00 
Loans on stoclj or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,376 00 

Loans on other security repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Miscellaneous 



695 00 


459 95 


306 70 


9 40 


1,277 53 



Total. 



,292 42 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $704 59 

Loans on mortgage security 7,250 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,821 00 

Loans on other security 2,44103 

Furniture and fixtures 5 21 

Balance due from Secretary, mort- 
gage loan real estate, straight... 2,960 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 795 00 

Loans on other security 2,370 00 

Witlid'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 3,215 75 

Withdrawals of interest 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Balance in hands of secretary. 
Cash on hand June 30, 1904.... 



Total $8,292 42 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $13,811 75 

Undivided profit 2,368 97 

Miscellaneous 10 42 



579 68 


304 50 


13 59 


9 31 


704 59 



Total $16,191 14 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 183; shares loaned on, 54; membership, 46. 



a9i 14 



THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OB" THORNTOWN. 
T. P. BBADSHAW, President. G. H. HAMILTON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,696 16 

Dues on running stock 1,091 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,500 50 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Real estate 

Total $5,095 49 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $102 68 

Loans on mortgage security 3,150 00 



75 00 


220 88 


145 30 


90 


365 00 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$4,788 31 

195 00 

9 50 

102 68 



Total $5,095 49 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Borrowed money 



Total $3,252 68 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 38; shares loaned on, 21; membership, 16. 



$1,556 36 
1,696 32 

$3,252 68 



2— B.A'L. 



18 



BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE THORNTOWN BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIA- 
TION OF THORNTOWN. 

A. L. GRIFFIN, President. GEORGE LYSTER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Loans on other security repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Forfeitures; transfer fee 

Borrowed money 

Interest on stock loans 

Interest on other securities 

Secretary, balance on last report.. 



Total $15,302 20 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1904 $144 22 

Loans on mortgage security 18,300 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 627 50 

Loans on other security 321 50 

Due from secretary 26 55 



$137 80 


5,976 75 


1,350 00 


1,062 00 


20 00 


793 95 


529 30 


8 35 


15 50 


5,350 00 


31 41 


74 


26 40 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Loans on other security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'us. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Interest on withdrawals 

Balance in secretary's hand 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $15,302 20 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $11,182 75 

Undivided profit 912 02 

Borrowed money 7,325 GO 



$7,500 00 


1,342 00 


321 50 


2,347 00 


304 50 


8 58 


2,975 00 


208 40 


124 45 


26 55 


144 22 



Total. 



',419 77 



Total. 



9,419 77 



Shares of stock in force, 395; shares loaned on, 122; membership, 104. 



THE ZIONSVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

ZIONSVILLE. 

JOHN M. MILLS, President. CYRUS N. BBAMER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $300 93 

Dues on running stock 1,583 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Notes and interest 

Miscellaneous 

Total $6,062 29 

Assets. fi 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $264 46 

Loans on mortgage security 5,738 95 

li'urniture and fixtures 60 00 



2,005 40 


529 50 


422 60 


15 70 


5 00 


175 50 


24 66 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 565 98 

Matured stock 2,948 59 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 57 99 

Expenses — salaries 180 00 

Expenses— other purposes 24 10 

Loans overpaid 21 17 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 264 46 



Total $6,062 29 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 

Undivided profit 

Orders unpresented 



Total $6,063 41 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 201; shares loaned on, 91; membership, 71. 



$4,954 64 

1,000 00 

84 11 

24 66 

$6,063 41 



19 
CASS COUNTY. 



THE BRIDGE CITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 

LOGANSPORT. 

JOHN C. NELSON, President. N. A. IRWINE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stocli $12,379 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 9,315 50 
Loans on stock or pass booli se- 
curity repaid 2,600 00 

Loans on other security repaid 2,000 00 

Interest 3,241 45 

Fines 2 00 

Borrowed money 2,200 00 

Overdraft 420 32 



Total. 



32,158 27 



Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security $45,776 46 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,400 00 

Loans on ottier security ? 12,000 00 

Delinquent dues and interest 360 '00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on other security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

By overdraft 



$15,025 00 
3,000 00 
3,127 45 
8,250 00 
444 56 
2,087 76 



Total $32,158 27 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div us on running stock $51,948 00 

Undivided prolit 6,998 14 

Boriowed money 2,170 00 

Overdraft 420 32 



Total $61,536 46 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 962; shares loaned on, 272; membership. 111. 



$61,536 46 



THE CITIZENS' LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LOGANSPORT. 
J. C. HADLET, President. ' EDITH MATT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Fines 

Real estate 

Overdraft 

Pass books 

Bills receivable 



Total. 



9,317 17 


800 00 


1,095 18 


6,278 50 


905 00 


1,671 56 


69 99 


7,000 00 


6 30 


7 00 


174 00 


$27,471 59 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1904 $306 28 

Loans on mortgage security 28,487 12 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 1,920 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 41 98 

Bills receivable (notes) 264 76 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Loans on other security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Total $27,471 59 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $23,377 68 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 900 00 

Deposits and dividends 450 18 

Fund for contingent losses 292 28 

Borrowed money 6,000 00 



$10,948 22 


1,065 00 


4 20 


5,175 94 


1,325 00 


645 00 


2,200 00 


55 60 


302 35 


91 13 


5,000 00 


352 85 


306 28 



Total $31,020 14 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 870; shares loaned on, 396; membership, 113. 



$31,020 14 



20 



i.ASS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE NATIONAL LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LOGANSPORT. 



(In Liquidation.) 
ALEXANDER HARDY, President. 



O. G. DODGE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30: 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,907 49 

Loans on mort'ge security renaid. 552 75 



Total $2,460 24 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $2,385 49 

Loans on mortgage security 24,577 47 

Loans on st'Ii or pass b'li security 200 00 

Furniture and fixtures 125 00 

Real estate 10,310 58 



Disbursements. 



Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes .. 
Cash on hand June 30, 1904. 



$60 00 

14 75 

2,385 49 



Total $2,460 24 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and pre'd st'k and div'ds. 
rjndivided profit 



Total $37,598 54 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 2,664; shares loaned on, 246; membership, 436. 



$20,845 66 

16.722 46 

30 42 



$37,598 54 



CLARK COUNTY. 



THE FALLS CITY SAYINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

JEFFERSONVILLE. 

THOS. W. PERRY, President. J..H. BEARD, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1004. 



Receipts. 



Cash on Ixand June 30, 1903... $463 73 

Dues on running stock 5,776 04 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5.187 60 

Interest 2,027 48 

Refunder insurance and taxes 366 46 



Total r $13,821 31 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904... 
Loans on mortgage security.. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Due for insurance and taxes. 



$1,215 62 

41,603 00 

400 00 

367 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage secaritr $4,055 00 

Withd'ls Of run'g st'k and div'ds. 5,358 97 
WitlidraAvals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 2,047 00 

Expenses^ — salaries 549 50 

Expenses— other purposes 232 14 

Interest on borrowed money 153 00 

Miscellaneous 110 08 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 1,215 62 



Total $13,821 31 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $20,934 96 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 20,115 00 

Deposits and dividends 1,215 62 

Undivided profit , 1,320 05 



Total $43,585 63 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 2,564; shares loaned on, 689; membership, 225. 



$43,585 63 



21 



CLAKK COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

JEFFERSONVILI.E. 

CONRAD EBERTS,' President. GEO. PFAU, JR., Secretary. 

Condition Jnne 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Casli on hand June 30, 1903 $5,327 SO 

Dues on running stock 18,635 71 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 30,340 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid .~ 1,940 00 

Interest 10,938 43 

Fines 20 80 

Borrowed monev 200 00 

Real estate 5,024 50 

Ref under insurance and taxes 452 95 

Rents collected ; 541 78 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $27,486 84 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1.022 49 

Witlid'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 29,584 50 

Borrowed money repaid 1,900 00 

Interest on borrowed money 89 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 441 12 

Real estate 4,238 97 

Rents, repairs, etc 19115 

Interest, 6 per cent 5,010 00 

Casb on hand June 30, 1904 1,279 38 



Total $73,421 97 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1,279 38 

Loans on mortgage security 135,735 68 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,850 72 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Real estate 7,953 45 

Due for insurance and taxes 4 55 

I nti^^st delinquent 2,283 68 



Total $73,421 97 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stocji $54,74* 62 

Fund for contingent losses 2,849 00 

Undivided profit 4,75165 

Bills payable 1.550 00 

Rent 89119 

Certificate indebtedness 82,000 00 

luter't on certificate indebtedness 2,421 00 



Total $149,207 46 Total $149,207 46 

Shares of stock in force, 2,657; shares loaned on, 1,415; membership, 445. 



THE MUTUAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
JEFFERSONVILLE. 

ALLEN A. SWARTZ, President. HERMAN PREEFER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

interest 

Real estate 

Rents 



Total 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Loans on mortgage security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Interest due 

Total. 

Shares of stock in force, 2,220 



Disbursements. 

$3,252 76- Loans on mortgage security. $5,450 00 

15.930 00 Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 11,498 89 

7,852 87 Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 4,438 85 

4,331 00 Expenses— salaries 620 00 

1.153 00 p]xpenses— other purposes 10 00 

178 60 Borrowed money repaid 5,500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 45 20 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 226 25 

Real estate 881 27 

Taxes 202 16 

Loan fees 20 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 3,805 61 

$32,698 23 Total $32,698 23 

Liabilities. 

$3,805 61 Dues and div'ds on running stock $33,209 90 

52,292 07 Deposits and dividends 23.426 34 

150 00 ThKlivided profit 5.591 .59 

8,673 15 Due on loans 4.970 30 

1,163 12 

1,114 18 

$67,198 13 Total $67,198 13 

shares loaned on, 590; membership, 323. 



22 



CLARK COUNTY— Continued. 



THE UNION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP JEPFERSONVILLE. 
B. M. LINDLBY, Presiaent. F. L. WILSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,703 51 

Dues on running stock 3,466 35 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 700 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,248 92 

Interest 1,323 50 

Real estate 2,213 41 

Refunder insurance and taxes 60 70 

Miscellaneous 230 00 



Total $12,946 39 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1,189 89 

Loans on mortgage security 39,556 26 

Real estate 6,367 94 

Due for insurance and taxes 637 55 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Bxpenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Bonds redeemed 

Coupons en bonds 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$1,950 00 
3,097 07 

2,780 00 

1,458 75 
326 64 
200 00 
511 05 
641 99 
500 00 
291 00 

1,189 89 



Total $12,946 39 

Liabilities. 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds $23,480 00 

Deposits and dividends 8,613 89 

Fxmd for contingent losses 30 73 

Undivided profit 52 52 

Borrowed money 11,100 00 

Rents "Rl 00 

Attorney's fees 3 50 

Bonds 4,350 00 



Total $47,751 64 Total. 

Shares of stock in force, 291; membership, 84. 



$47,751 64 



THE SELLERSBURG BUILDING AND LOAN FUND ASSOCIATION OF 

SELLBRSBURG. 
G. C. M. GRASTON, President. AZRO C. CRIM, Secretary. 

Conclition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $447 84 

Dues on running stock 1,011 00 

Interest 125 50 

Borrowed money 400 00 



Total $1,984 34 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $5 24 

Loans on mortgage security 6,650 00 



Total. 



5,655 24 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $1,000 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 521 90 

Expenses— salaries 70 00 

Borrowed money repaid 360 00 

Interest on borrowed money 27 20 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 5 24 

Total $1,984 34 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running 

Undivided profit 

Borrowed money 



stock 



5,129 74 
125 50 
400 00 



Total $6,655 24 



Shares of stock in force, 132; shares loaned on, 52; membership, 30. 



23 
CLAY COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 

N. F. KEASEY, President. I. JARBOE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cast! on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Deposits 

Loans on stock of pass book se- 
curity repaid '. 

Loans on otlier security repaid 

Interest and premium 

Memberstiip fees 

Loan fees 

Transfer fees 

Real estate '. 

Accounts 

Street bonds 

City orders 



$5,155 13 


80,535 89 


5,375 00 


51,018 71 


6,489 65 


22,714 13 


778 50 


503 35 


15 25 


903 41 


8,765 07 


4.263 89 


337 11 



Total $186,857 09 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $4,022 37 

Loans on mortgage security 221,654 83 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 16,725 85 

Real estate 18,216 66 

Discount 14,732 25 

Street bonds 12,596 86 

City orders 4,399 45 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mdrtgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
AVithdrawals. paid-up and prep'd 

stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate 

Street bonds 

City orders 

Accounts 

Discounts 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



>73,076 05 

6,382 00 

16,560 00 

42,144 00 

2,750 67 

2,691 42 

59 25 

6 25 

10,252 35 

7,200 00 

219 45 

15,019 55 

6,724 34 

4,022 37 



Total $186,857 09 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 

Deposits and dividends 

Fund for contingent losses, undi 
vided profit , 



$280,731 89 
2,875 00 

. 8,741 38 



Total $292,348 27 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 5,893; shares loaned on, 2,291; membership, 741. 



92,348 27 



THE CLAY COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 
PETER T. LUTHER, President. WILLIAM H. BUBB, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,304 47 

Dues on running stock 7,224 19 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 800 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,788 68 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 630 00 

Interest and premium 2,413 33 

Membership fees i 72 00 

Ref under insurance and taxes 25 90 



Total $20,258 57 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904.- $2,476 34 

Loans on mortgage security 34,100 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 450 00 

Furniture and fixtures 79 50 

Due for insurance and taxes 58 73 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 
Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$12,500 OO 
850 00 


900 00 

37 08 

2,400 00 


319 50 
571 00 
156 35 
48 30 
2,476 34 



Total. 



,258 57 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $30,680 33 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 5,600 00 

Fund for contingent losses 205 72 

Undivided profit 678 52 



Total •.... S37,164 57 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 641; shares loaned on, 341; membership, 138. 



S37,164 57 



24 



CLAY COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CLAY COUNTY HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF BRAZIL. 
E. L. WINKLEPLECK, President. WM. E. CARPENTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $10,314 72 

Dues on running stocli 14,000 86 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 46,791 05 

Interest 11,853 47 

Membership fees 194 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 1,454 39 

Pass-books 24 50 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $27,025 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 23,861 20 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 6,820 00 

Dividends on paid-up stock 860 90 

Expenses— salaries 2,144 00 

Expenses — other purposes 188 41 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 790 48 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 22,943 00 



Total $84,632 99 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $22,943~00 

Loans on mortgage security 121,186 95 

Due for insurance and taxes 987 50 



Total $84,632 99 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $107,232 09 

Paid-up stock 26,740 75 

Dividends 4,395 47 

Fund for contingent losses 6,749 14 



Total $145,117 45 Total .$145,117 45 

Shares of stock in force, 3,932; shares loaned on, 1,840; membership, 514. 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



THE COLFAX BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF COLFAX. 
EVERET M. DUKES, President. WALTER L. EWING, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $4,499 08 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,725 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 65 00 

Interest 1,280 02 

Membership fees 36 99 

Loan fees 46 75 

Borrowed money 10,950 00 

Advance payments by mortgagers 

to release mortgages 38 00 



Total $19,640 84 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $31 58 

Loans on mortgage security 17,601 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $8,036 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,250 67 

Expenses — salaries 92 00 

Expenses— other purposes 8 OO 

Borrowed money repaid 9,385 00 

Interest on borrowed monev 587 77 

Overdraft of June 30, 1903 246 82 

Release of mortgages 3 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 31 58 



Total $19,640 84 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $7,301 00 

Undivided profit 731 58 

Borrowed money 9,565 00 

Held for release of mortgages 35 00 



Total $17,632 58 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 280; shares loaned on, 94; membership, 137. 



$17,632 58 



25 



CLINTON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE ADVANCE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 

M. S. CANPIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Casli on liand June 30, 1903 $157 54 

Dues on running stocls 1,491 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 635 11 

Interest 520 00 

Fines 17 10 



Disbursements. 

Withd'ls of run'g sfli and div'ds. $2,696 82 

Expenses— salaries 90 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 28 93 



Total ■ $2,820 75 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $28 93 

Loans on mortgage security 4,895 29 



Total $2,820 75 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $4,554 59 

Undivided profit 369 63 



Total. 



Total $4,924 22 

Shares of stock in force, 204; shares loaned on, 81; membership, 21. 



,924 22 



THE AETNA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 
M. S. CANFIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903. 

Dues on running stock 

Interest 

Fines 



$10 69 

311 50 

267 50 

6 25 



Total. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904. . 
Loans on mortgage security. 



$595 94 



$98 20 
566 00 



Disbursements. 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Total 



$472 74 


20 00 


5 00 


98 20 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Undivided profit 



stock. 



Total. 



Total. 



Shares of stock in force, 50; shares loaned on, 45; membership, 10. 



$595 94 



$507 70 
156 50 

$664 20 



THE AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANKFORT. 

M. S. CANFIELD, President. J. B. MEIFELD, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Dues on running stock $5,896 00 

Loans on mort'ge securitv repaid. 952 93 

Interest 768 00 

Fines 17 75 



Total $7,634 68 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $500 60 

Loans on mortgage security 9,361 95 



Total. 



9,862 55 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $7,039 08 

Expenses — salaries 90 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 500 60 

Total $7,634 68 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $8,960 00 

Undivided profits 902 55 



Total. 



1,862 55 



Shares of stock in force, 972; shares loaned on, 157; membership, 31. 



26 



CLINTON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE ANDES BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP FRANKFORT. 
M. S. CANPIELD, President. J. B. MBIFELD, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on liand June 30, 1903 $216 58 

]I)ues on running stocli 4,712 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,093 76 

Loans on other security repaid 3 30 



Total. 



9,319 64 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1904 $24 21 

Loans on mortgage security 9,150 16 

Total 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $1,147 20 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 8,053 23 

Expenses— salaries 90 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 24 21 



Total. 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Fund for contingent losses 



$9,174 37 

Shares of stock in force, 595; shares loaned on, 



Total 

196; membership, 32. 



3,319 64 



8,379 00 
795 37 

9,174 37 



THE CLOVERLBAF BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

FRANKFORT. 



WILLIAM P. SIDWELL, President. 



CHAS. G. GUENTHER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30', 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,992 02 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest • 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Pass hooks 



Total $18,586 93 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $5,804 94 

Loans on mortgage security 24,800 00 

Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity 143 55 

Furniture and fixtures 30 00 

Dues for insurance and taxes 72 37 



6,910 40 


4,100 00 


335 00 


1,378 46 


816 00 


44 10 


8 20 


2 75 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,800 GO 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 190 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 3,896 10 

Expenses— salaries 162 50 

Expenses— other purposes 75 41 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers ....0. 72 37 

Rebate on premium 232 50 

Dues credited on loans repaid 1,199 10 

Interest on dues credited on loans 

repaid 154 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 5,804 94 

Total $18,586 93 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Fund for contingent losses 



Total $30,850 87 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 742; shares loaned on, 248: membership, 85. 



$23,861 70 
6,989 17 



$30,850 87 



27 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



THE MONTGOMERY AND FARMERS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION OF MONTGOMERY. 

D. LAW WBIMER, President. W. E. BELL, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Pines and transfer fees 

Memliership fees 

Ref under insurance and taxes 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



$746 79 

5,255 75 

1,139 75 

695 85 

224 25 

23 65 

27 00 

19 52 

35 



;,132 91 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June -30, 1904 $1,224 75 

Loans on mortgage security 8,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 13 00 

Real estate 70O 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 7 70 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage securit.v 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Withdrawals of running stock 

Matured stock 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Interest paid on withdrawals of 
running stock 

Interest paid on matured stock 

On safe 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$3,200 00 

1,500 00 

726 75 

1,128 31 

lOO 00 

44 42 


23 84 


45 02 

124 82 

15 00 

1,224 75 



Total. 



3,132 91 



Liabilities. 



Dues on running stock $11,258 00 

Undivided profit 2,262 95 

Advance premium 324 50 



Total .• $13,845 45 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 365; shares loaned on, 122; membership, 104. 



,845 45 



THE INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WASH- 

- INGTON. 
H. T. TRUEBLOOD, President. GEO. H. READ, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,522 79 

Dues on running stock 147,672 53 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 65,573 47 

Interest 18,726 27 

Premium and fines 2,674 92 

Refunder insurances and taxes 276 21 



Total .$237,446 19 



Assets. 



$376 28 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Loans on mortgage, stock or pass 

book security 119,446 87 

Real estate 474 50 

Tax certificates 558 61 

Real estate sold on contract 729 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $185,494 84 

Withdrawals of running stock 43,188 95 

Expenses— salaries 734 40 

Expenses— other purposes 2,509 37 

Interest on shares withdrawn 4,219 22 

Premiums repaid unearned 88 31 

Tax certificates 834 82 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 376 28 



Total $2.37,446 19 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $104, 483 58 

Fund for contingent losses 2,522 79 

Undivided profit 13,849 89 

Real estate sold on contract 729 00 



Total $121,585 26 Total. 

Shares of stock in force, 3,155; shares loaned on, 1,195. 



.$121,585 26 



28 



DAVIESS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE UNION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF WORTHINGTON. 
NATHANIEL H. JEPSON, President. WM. HBFFERMAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 
Receipts. Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $244 31 

Dues on running stocli 55,819 84 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 16,656 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,433 00 

Interest 9,586 85 



Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Ref under insurance and taxes. 
Transfer fees 



Total. 



1,229 76 

114 05 

377 25 

149 56 

26 75 



85,637 37 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Advance interest paid on dues ad- 
vanced six months or more 

Interest paid or refunded and 
premiums returned on withdraw- 
als of stocks and payments of 
loans 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 2 



,748 85 
,085 06 
,029 41 
,602 10 

92 54 



1,031 05 



833 46 
550 21 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904, Class 

A $2,942 42 

Loans on mortgage security 144,749 95 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,712 00 

Real estate, amount advanced 1,689 10 

Due for insurance and taxes 86 72 

Delinquent dues 931 20 

Delinquent interest, premium and 

flues 1,676 38 

Interest paid or advance dues six 

months or more 901 18 



Total $85,637 37 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $113, 650 25 

Undivided profit 23,286 28 

Dues paid in advance 16,680 03 

Interest and premium paid in ad- 
vance 680 18 

Over Class B stocks 392 21 



Total $154,688 95 Total $154,688 95 

Shares of stock in force, 4,300; shares loaned on, 1,502; membership, 557. 



DEARBORN COUNTY. 



THE UNION BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

AURORA. 

WILLIAM C. HENRY, President. J. L. DEMERLINE, Secretary. 

Condition Jnne 30, 1904. 
Receipts. Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,571 33 

Dues on running stock 86,875 54 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 7,100 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 3,355 00 

Interest 4,263 38 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership f eeg 

Real estate 

Transfer fees 

Bonds sold 



414 25 


42 75 


199 00 


160 00 


11 00 


3,960 00 



Total $60,952 25 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $43 52 

Loans on mortgage security 61,615 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,173 00 

Furniture and fixtures. '. 71 06 

Bonds 5,980 52 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Matured stock '. 

Bonds purchased 

Interest on bonds 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$28,290 00 

2,745 00 

12,666 32 

10,824 50 

5,940 00 

40 52 

43 52 



Total $60,952 25 

Liabilities. 
Dues and div'ds on running stock. $68,883 10 



Total $68,883 10 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,113; shares loaned on, 332; membership, 291. 



$68,883 10 



29 



DEARBORN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF COCHRAN. 
FRED SCHMUTTE, President. FRED SMITH, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,923 85 

Dues ou running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Loans on other securitj^ repaid 

Interest 10,121 82 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Real estate 

Transfers 

Sundries 

Cash over 



80,587 74 


21,708 28 


205 00 


200 00 


10,121 82 


564 96 


17 63 


296 20 


550 82 


12 56 


15 15 


1 30 



Total $119,205 31 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $20,110 15 

Loans on mortgage security 191,022 42 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 500 00 

Loans on other security 150 OO 

Real estate 3,567 28 

United States bonds 4,356 45 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Expenses— salaries ^ 

Expenses— other purposes 

Interest on borrowed money 

missed dividends 

Real estate 

Sundries 

Casli short 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $119,205 31 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $214, 688 48 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 212 00 

Fund for contingent losses 4,690 00 

Undivided profit 115 82 



$38,753 00 


405 00 


58,948 14 


12 00 


756 21 


170 73 


50 


39 99 


91 


8 68 


20,110 15 



Total $219,706 30 Total $219,706 30 

Shares of stock in force, 3,177 12-40; shares loaned on, 1,039 26-40; membership, 953. 



THE PROGRESS BUILDING AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

DILLSBORO. 

DAVID HESS, President. W. C. D. STEVENSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $2,214 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 908 05 

Loans on other security repaid 304 60 

Interest 73 51 

Borrowed money 6,538 38 

Total $10,039 29 

' Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $61 71 

Loans on mortgage security 5,653 44 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 125 00 

Loans on other security 2,986 49 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,561 49 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 125 00 

Loans on other security 3,29100 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 61 71 



Total $10,039 29 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $2,214 75 

Undivided profit ; 73 51 

Borrowed money 6,538 38 



Total $8,826 64 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 185; shares loaned on, 15; membership, 57. 



8,826 64 



30 



DEARBORN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE DEARBORN COUNTY LOAN AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 

LAWRENCEBURG. 

HENRY HODELL, President. VALENTINE W. HUBER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $41 5S 

Dues on running stock 52,938 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,355 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,060 00 

Loans on other security repaid 1,000 00 

Interest 10,283 21 

Premium 231 05 

Fines 34 30 

Membership fees 225 00 

Borrowed money 7,500 00 

Cash over 19 99 



Total. 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $4,099 59 

Loans on mortgage security 165,251 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,246 00 

Loans on other security 1,000 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 189 89 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls or run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Cash short 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$25,816 00 


4,126 00 


41,159 71 


698 25 


111 45 


9,400 00 


106 87 


116 77 


54 24 


4,099 59 



Total. 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profit 



S9,498 06 

5,000 00 

288 42 



Total $174,786 48 Total. 

Shares of stock in force, 4,687; membership, 595. 



.$174,786 48 



THE GERMAN PERPETUAL BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF 

LAWRE-NCEBURG. 

PETER ENDRESS, President. JULIUS SCHNEIDER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Interest on bonds 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 

Bills receivable 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Overdraft, cash over 

Interest on bills receivable 



$5,540 19 


40,697 75 


21,700 00 


1,740 00 


5,135 30 


59 70 


36 60 


333 30 


126 75 


2,500 OO 


300 00 


1,317 00 


10 50 


18 00 



Total. 



79,515 27 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $2,051 28 

Loans on mortgage security 78,340 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,135 00 

Bonds 20,000 OO 

Furniture and fixtures 48 30 

Due for insurance and taxes 53 33 

Bond premium 942 00 



Total $102,569 91 

Shares of stock in force, 3,226. 



Disbutsements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'als of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Bonds 

Premium on bond 

Accrued interest on bonds 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 

Cash short 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$22,530 00 


1,625 00 


28,511 66 


20,000 00 


1,339 00 


89 47 


693 75 


82 25 


2,500 00 


4 75 


82 61 


5 50 


2,051 28 


$79,515 27 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $101, 236 65 
Surplus account 1,333 26 



Total $102,569 91 



31 



DEA.RBORN COUNTY-Continued. 



THE MOOKES HILL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

MOORES HILL. 
VjEORGE J. BERNHART, President. CHARLES SCHABEL, Secretary. 



Condition June SO, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on liand June 30, 1903 $122 62 

Dues on running stock 7,624 69 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on st'k or pass b"k securitj' 

Interest 

Pines 

Membersliip fees 

Borrowed money 

Transfer fees 



Total $15,209 11 

Assets. » - 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $3,170 78 

Loans on mortgage security 15,375 00 

Furniture and fixtures 40 25 



5,865 00 


111 00 


930 25 


6 80 


47 25 


500 00 


1 50 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'als of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

■ Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Overpaid interest ." 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$5,040 00 


86 00 


4,132 46 


1,300 00 


75 00 


32 00 


1,340 00 


16 55 


16 32 


3,170 7S 


$15,209 11 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $18,116 20 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 100 00 
Undivided profit 369 83 



Total $18,586 03 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 569; shares loaned on, 165; membership, 135. 



$18,586 03 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



THE GREENSBURG BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

GREENSBURG. 
W. C. WOODFILL, President. CHAS. ZOLLER, JR., Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,051 28 

Dues on running stock 25,936 47 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5,400 OO 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,300 00 

Interest 2,734 00 

Borrowed money 11,500 00 



Total $49,921 75 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1904 $1,342 70 

Loans on mortgage security 49,685 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k securit.y 2,345 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 133 66 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'als of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Borrowed mone.v repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30^ 1904 



$25,185 00 


2,300 00 


12,359 11 


312 00 


183 10 


176 53 


63 31 


1,342 70 



Total. 



,921 75 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $49,100 OS 

Undivided profit 906 28 

Borrowed money 3,o00 00 



Total $53,506 36 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,712; shares loaned on, 508; membership, 303. 



$53,506 36 



32 



DECATUR COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GREENSBURG. 

(In Liquidation.) 
LEOPOLD SPITZMESSER, President. ■ ED KESSING, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Assessments 



Total $9,055 96 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $2,538 08 

Loans on mortgage security 1,500 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 25 00 

Assessments 45 00 



$484 02 


56 70 


7,110 00 


667 38 


463 96 


111 90 


165 00 



Withd'als of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Expenses 

Borrowed mone.v repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$2,916 27 

212 86 

70 00 

1,802 50 

20 75 

1,498 50 

2,538 08 



Total $9,055 96 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Miscellaneous 



stock. 



$4,074 40 
33 68 



Total $4,108 08 



Total $4,108 08 



Shares of stock in force, 62; shares loaned on, 15; membership, 12. 



THE WORKINGMEN'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

GREENSBURG. 
MARSHALL GROVER, President. DAVID A. MYERS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $813 95 

Dues on running stock 18,297 91 

Deposits 182 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 13,147 20 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 808 00 

Interest 2,788 37 

Premium 110 50 

Pines 30 14 

Forfeitures 18 80 

Membership fees 134 50 

Borrowed money 8,500 00 

Real estate 19 80 

Transfer fees 12 00 

Mortgage satisfaction 4 60 



Total $44,867 77 

Assets. 

Cash on hand Jjine 30, 1904 $6 75 

Loans on mortgage security 50,432 44 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2,170 50 

Real estate 49 78 

Due for insurance and taxes 78 06 

Expired series 2,252 69 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $20,158 02 

Loans ori st'k or pass b'k security 1,395 50 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 11,969 77 

"Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 276 00 

Matured stock 5,250 00 

Expenses — salaries 440 12 

Expenses — other purposes 85 00 

Borrowed money repaid 5,000 00 

Interest on borrowed monev 247 41 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 9 65 

Real estate assessments 11 70 

Forfeitures 10 25 

Mortgage satisfaction 7 60 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 6 75 

Total $44,867 77 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $47,380 51 

Deposits and dividends 156 00 

Matured stock 1,963 43 

Undivided profit 480 38 

Borrowed monev 5,000 00 

Mortgage satisfaction 9 90 



Total $54,990 22 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 809; shares loaned on, 211; membership, 301. 



$54,990 22 



33 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



THE DEKALB COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

GAKRETT. 



SAMUEL S. TEETERS, President. 



MELVILLE W. JOHNSTON, Secretary, 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on liand June 30, 1903 $41S 14 

Dues on running stock 13,550 34 

I'aid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on st'lv or pass b'k security 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Forfeitures 

Membersliip fees • 

Appr^aiser fees 

Transfer fee 

Uefunder insurance 

Total $45,202 57 

Assets. 

Casli on band June 30, 1904 $1,088 85 

Loans on mortgage security 69,055 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 



16,500 00 


7,680 00 


350 00 


3,279 68 


2,931 73 


152 04 


82 44 


139 00 


72 00 


15 00 


12 20 



Loans on mortgage security $14,656 43 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 1,150 00 

Witlid'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,684 19 
A\'itlulra\Yals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 15.400 00 

Matured stock 5,200 00 

Dividends 538 40 

Expenses— salaries 352 00 

Expenses— other purposes 59 50 

Insurance paid for borrowers 12 20 

Appraiser 61 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 1,088 85 



Total .$45,202 57 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $49,503 00 

Paid-up stock 11,200 00 

Undivided profit 590 85 



Total $61,293 85 



Total $61,293 85 



Shares of stock in force, 1,614; shares loaned on, 761; membership, 226. 



THE GARRETT REAL ESTATE COMPANY OF GARRETT. 
E. M. McKENNAN, President. GEORGE E. GAGE, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1904. 



Receipts. 

Dues on running stock .$4,462 69 

Fines 2 50 

Membership fees 453 00 

Borrowed money 600 00 



Total. 



5,518 19 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $42 80 

Loans on mortgage security 1,225 00 

Loans on other security 3,050 51 

Due for insurance and taxes 16 04 

Loss 282 34 



Total $4,616 69 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mort'ge security 51.225 00 

Loans on other security 3,050 51 

Withdrawals of running stock 446 00 

Expenses .". 695 84 

Interest on borrowed money 42 00 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 16 04 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 42 80 



Total $5,518 19 

Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on runnins 
Borrowed money 



stock $4,016 69 
600 00 



Total $4,616 69 



Shares of stock in force, 400; shares loaned on, 70: membership, 40. 
3— B. & L. 



34 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



THE MUNCIE SAVINGS AND LOAN COMPANY OF MUNCIE. 
W. E. HITCHCOCK, President. WALTER L. DAVIS, Secretary- 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $39,552 17 

Dues on running stocli 333,614 67 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 44,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 116,692 62 

Loans on other security repaid — 5,000 00 

Interest 37,708 81 

Premium 743 78 

Pines 110 45 

Tax certificates 506 54 

Real estate 1,950 00 

Rents 1,636 68 

Miscellaneous 20 00 



Loans on mortgage security.. 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Withdrawals, stock and dividends 
Matured stock, dividends, crediteu 

to dues 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Real estate 

Paid borrowers 

Loan charged off ■. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$148,558 12 
335,602 01 

27,750 00 
6,592 75 

28,188 16 

4,875 00 

491 16 

12,024 98 

54 73 

667 34 

16,731 47 



Total ^81,535 72 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $16,731 47 

Loans on mortgage security 632,853 11 

Loans on other security 2,000 00 

Furniture and fixtures 300 00 

R,eal estate 45,442 66 

Due for Insurance and taxes 1,342 84 



Total $581,535 72 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $553,827 63 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 134,471 58 

Undivided profit 4,619 36 

Due on loans 5,751 51 



Total $698,670 08 Total $698,670 08 

Shares of stock in force, 6,720; shares loaned on, 3,172; membership, 2,615. 



THE MUTUAL HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP MUNCIE. 
D. A. McLAIN, President. GEORGE M. HIGMAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $10,593 58 

Dues on running stock 97,188 39 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 8,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 37,020 88 

Interest 10,169 55 

Pass books 47 75 

Loan fees 39 75 

Refunder Insurance and taxes 10 76 

Rents collected 72 00 

jNIiscellanebus 5 00 



Total $163,147 66 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $8,697 48 

Loans on mortgage security 151,896 93 

Furniture and fixtures 522 03 

Real estate 1,789 52 

Tax certificate 21 13 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $46, 

Withd'ls of ruh'g st'k and div'ds. 94, 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock 4, 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 7, 

Expenses— salaries 1, 

Expenses — other purposes 

Insurance and taxes paid 

Interest rebated — 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 8. 



283 36 
374 47 

600 00 

089 24 
689 84 
192 70 
5 00 
115 57 
697 48 



Total $163,147 66 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock$143.70S 22 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds .12,100 00 

Fund for contingent losses 3,393 74 

Undivided profit 3,725 13 



Total ...$162,927 09 Total ;$162,927 09 

Shares of stock in force, 5,10Si4; shares loaned on, l,673i4; membership, 925. 



35 



DELAWARE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF MUNCIE. 

W. W. SHIRK, President. L. W. GATES, Secretary. 

Condition .June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium — rebates on telephone 

Fines — dividends paid banli 

Loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Pass books 

Mortgage releases 

Rent 

Loss and gain 



Total $334,289 50 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $221 07 

Loans on mortgage security 316,438 35 

Furniture and fixtures 539 00 

Reai estate 1,815 09 



$3,631 72 


123,018 38 


62.330 55 


70,911 44 


21,660 64 


75 


29 27 


261 00 


47,316 67 


3,942 42 


496 09 


96 00 


18 40 


155 11 


421 06 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $82,436 78 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 151,592 95 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 59,097 55 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 4,143 45 

Expenses— salaries 3,611 15 

Expenses— other purposes 164 40 

Borrowed mpney repaid 29.500 00 

Interest on borrowed money 822 76 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 496 09 

Real estate 1,941 55 

Loan fees 261 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 22107 



Total $334,289 50 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock$194.9S8 89 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 90,780 49 

Deposits and dividends 1,713 75 

Fund for contingent losses 8,713 71 

Borrowed money 22,816 67 



Total $319,013 51 Total. 

Shares of stock in force, 3,831; shares loaned on, 3,973. 



.$319,013 51 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



THE COLUMBIA BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

FERDINAND. 

MATHIAS OLINGER, President. ' JOHN B. SCHMITT, Secretary. 

Condition June .30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5 40 

Dues on running stock 3,470 50 

Interest '. 1,130 85 

Pines 36 60 



Total $4,643 35 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 



$81 75 
20,100 00 



Total. 



1,181 75 



Disbursements. 



Loans on other security 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes . 
Cash on hand June 30, 1904. 



$4,500 00 


61 00 


60 


SI 75 



Total $4,643 35 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running 
Undivided profit 



Total. 



stock $16,473 00 
3,708 75 



0,181 75 



Shares of stock in force, 235; shares loaned on, 201; membership, 60. 



3G 



DUBOIS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FERDINAND BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, No. 

2, OF FERDINAND. 

LKO SXYDEU, I'residwit. HUBERT QUANTE, Secretary. 

Condition .Tiino 30. 1904. 
Receipts. Disbursemeuts. 

(';isli on hniid June 30, 1903 $68 66 Loans on other security $8,100 00 

Dues on running stoelc 6,483 50 Expenses — salaries 77 50 

Paid up and prepaid stocli 88 00 Exjjenses — otlier purposes 5 57 

imerest 1,740 75 Cash on hand June 30, 1904 199 84 

Fines 1 50 

Transfer fees 80 



Total $8,382 91 Total $8,382 91 

Assets. Liabilities. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $199 84 Dues and dividends on running- 
Loans on mortgage security 700 00 stock, paid-up and prepaid stock 

Lo:ins on other security 31,500 00 and dividends $28,121 50 

Undivided profit 4,278 34 



Total $32,399 84 Total $32,399 84 

Shares of stock in force, 498; shares loaned on, 322; membership, 105. 



THE CITIZENS' LOAN ASSOCIATION OP HUNTINGBURG. 
HENRY DUFENDACH, President. FRANK H. DUFENDACH, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 

Receipts. Disbursements. 

Dues on running stock $4,040 50 Loans on mortgage security $1,950 00 

Interesr 40 50 Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,550 00 

I'remium 73 75 Expenses : 62 13 

Fines 6 90 Cash on hand June 30, 1904 734 27 

Menibersliip fees 153 75 

Transfer fee 1 00 



Total $4,316 40 Total $4,316 40 

Assets. Liabilities. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $754 27 Dues and div'ds on running stock $4,040 50 

Loans on mortgage security 1,950 00 Undivided profit 213 77 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 1,550 00 



Total $4,254 27 Total $4,254 27 

Shares of stock in force, 615; shares loaned on, 35; membership, 133. 



DUBOIS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE' PHENIX LOAN ASSOCIATION OF JASPER. 
JOHN P. SALE, President. W. S. HL'NTER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on liand June 30, 1903 $9,746 76 

Dues on running stocli 27,618 52 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,417 34 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 4,000 00 

Loans ou other security repaid 4.380 00 

Interest 3,704 15 

Premium 28 75 

Fines 117 55 

Real estate 271 25 

Transfer fees 23 00 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on other security 

Withd'is of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 

Real estate 

Cash ou hand June 30, 1904.. 



$14,190 48 


20.1.52 00 


3,032 80 


298 50 


164 53 


30 25 


271 25 


15,167 51 



Total $.53,307 32 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1-5.167 .51 

Loans on mortgage security 44,428 75 

Loans on other securitv 46,970 80 

Delinquents 2,065 10 



Total 453.307 32 

Liabilities. 



Unmatured stock— series E $88,323 58 

Unmatured stock— series F 20,579 83 



Total $108,903 41 



Total $108,903 41 



Shares of stock in force, 2,146; shares loaned on, l,0o3; membership, 310. 



ELKHART COUNTY. 



THE CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY OF ELKHART. 
FREDERICK W. MILLER, President. LOUIS -M. SIMPSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on .^and June 30. 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Deposits 

Lo<ins on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 

Refunuer insurance and taxes 

Miscellaneous 



$6,601 81 


7,946 36 


5,810 00 


16,873 99 


17,023 73 


2,601 00 


6,652 39 


66 .50 


162 00 


5,000 00 


115 59 


364 97 



Total $74,154 64 

Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security $108,647 33 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 665 00 

Furniture and fixtures 322 61 

Real estate 2,419 5i6 

Sheriff's certitic;ites and judgm'ts. 37 60 

Due for insurance and taxes 4 80 

Tax sale certificate 215 22 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'is of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses -other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 

Real estate 

Tax sale certificates 

Miscellaneous 



Total .$74,154 64 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on rmining stuck $'^7,642 94 
Paid-uji and prep'd st'k and div'ds .50,635 10 

Di'liosits and dividends 18,942 06 

Undivided profit 1.56 02 

Overdrafts 4.936 30 



$27,764 41 


676 00 


7,993 75 


13.166 12 


12.071 32 


4.280 00 


800 00 


783 53 


5,000 00 


170 67 


115 59 


1.075 10 


201 95 


56 20 



Total $112,312 42 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,988; shares loaned on, 732; membership, 390. 



.$112,312 42 



38 



ELKHART COUNTY— Continued. 



THE EQUITABLE BUILDING, LOAN' AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

ELKHART. 

D. W. THOMAS, President. J. OBBRHOLTZER, Secretary. 



Gonclition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stocli 

Paid-un and prepaid stocii 

Deposits 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Fines 

Contingent fund 

Membership fees 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Transfer fees 

Rent 

Profit on sale of property 



Total. 



$22,159 46 


55,477 75 


4,617 52 


28,793 52 


112,105 50 


48,104 55 


25,455 99 


277 08 


12,319 84 


76 51 


11,020 02 


152 18 


16 94 


598 OC 


1,505 22 


$322,680 OS 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
"Witlid'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses— salaries 

Ii)xpenses— other purposes 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 

Real estate 

B^urniture and fixtures 

Expenses on real estate 

Loss fee on real estate 

Auditor of state 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$56,102 79 


21,865 00 


123,696 73 


24,440 23 


53,075 02 


10,150 00 


7,052 92 


2,399 24 


981 33 


240 48 


3,463 07 


21 00 


813 80 


1,344 66 


5 00 


298 85 


16,729 96 


$322,680 OS 



Assets. . 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $16,729 96 

Loans on mortgage security 270,454 50 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 46,619 64 

Furniture and fixtures 43100 

Real estate sale on contract 11,712 79 

Sheriffs certificates and judgm'ts 435 65 

Real estate home office 2,957 05 

Miscellaneous 1,167 24 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock$281,.584 83 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 61,956 65 

Deposits and dividends 15,896 98 

Fund for contingent losses 18,493 32 

Undivided profit 4,318 51 



Total $382,250 29 Total $382,250 29 

Shares of stock in force, 8,579; shares loaned on, 2,750; membership, 1,055. 



THE HOME LOAN AND SAA^INGS ASSOCIATION OF ELKHART. 
GEORGE W. WEAR, President. HARRY S. CHESTER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1004. 
Receipts. Disbursements 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903. 
Total 



Assets. 



Deficit .... 
Total 



$112 23 Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 



$338 88 

Shares of stock in force, 112; membership, 15 



$50 00 
72 23 



$112 23 Total $112 23 

Liabilities. 

$338 88 Dues and div'ds on running stock $338 88 

Total $338 SS 



39 



ELKHART COUNTY— Continued. 



THE METROPOLITAN LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF GOSHEN. 
PERRY C. PURL, President. CHARLES A. WEHMEYER. Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 190-1. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,318 33 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Total $13,974 66 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $4,769 04 

Loans on mortgage security 11,900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 968 34 

Real estate 6,053 97 

Due for insurance and taxes 594 99 



1.801 85 


5,900 00 


366 34 


1,018 78 


500 52 


14 88 


90 


225 00 


579 47 


248 59 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $3,403 16 
"Withdrawals, naid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 687 00 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds 2,727 91 

Expenses 813 59 

Interest on borrowed money 40 91 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 172 75 

Real estate 135 30 

Interest fund 1,225 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 4,769 04 



Total $13,974 66 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $10,761 SO 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 11,450 00 

Deposits and dividends 1,666 09 

Fund for contingent losses 4 56 

Undivided profit 178 89 

Borrowed money 225 00 



Total ; $24,286 34 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 298; shares loaned on. 50; membership, 35. 



$24,286 34 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

NAPPANEE. 

J. S. WALTERS. President. H. E. COPPES, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $249 43 

Dues on running stock ■ 2,541 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Interest 

Forfeitures 

Interest on special loans 

Total $5,005 99 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Interest on special loan 

Delinquents 



683 84 


640 00 


531 20 


13 51 


346 76 



$241 99 


6,000 00 


7.480 00 


203 63 


122 36 



Disbursements. 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

r>xpenses — salaries 

Expenses— otlier purposes 

Cash on hand Jime 30, 1904 



Total $5,005 99 



$3,350 00 

1.3.59 00 

50 00 

5 00 

241 99 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on runninj 
Dues paid in advance 



stock $14,036 73 
11 25 



Total $14,047 98 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 157; shares loaned on, 24; membership, 157. 



$14,047 98 



40 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



THE FAYETTE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

CONNERSYILLE. 

JOHN T. LAIR, President. A. E. BARROWS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casli ou hand June 30, 1903 $7,934 41 

Dues on running stock 75,985 47 

Paid-up and prepaid stoclj 152,809 32 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 61,189 00 
Loans on stocli or pass booli se- 
curity repaid .2,930 00 

Loans on otlier security repaid — 19,259 49 

Pass books • . 54 00 

Real estate 52 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 27 66 

Transfer fees '. 7 25 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $99. 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 2. 
\\ itlad'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 68, 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 114 

Matured stock 24 

Dividends on paid-up stock 6 

Kxpeuses — salaries 1 

Expenses— other purposes 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 
Cash on hand June 30, 1904 1 



615 00 
520 00 
524 37 

978 07 
,150 00 
,807 71 
,698 50 
270 37 
17 19 
,667 39 



Total $320,248 60 



Total $320,248 60 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $1,667 39 

Loans on mortgage security 343,258 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k securit.y 1,720 00 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Accrued interest on straight loans 

Delinqu^t interest 

Delinquent dues 



85 00 


37 73 


8 17 


199 90 


62 33 


30 34 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $173, 920 61 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 169,491 62 

Fund for contingent losses 2,000 00 

Undivided profit 606 63 

Due ou loans 1,050 00 



Total $347,068 86 Total $347,068 86 

Shares of stock in force, 8,849; shares loaned ou, 3,297; membership, 1,014. 



THE GERMAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Of 

CONNERSVILLE. 

JAMES McCANN, President. ORLANDO ELLIOTT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1004. 



Receipts. 



Cash ou hand June 30, 1903 $471 42 

Dues on runuiug stock 17,295 83 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 104 00 

Lojins on mortgage security repaid 11,234 51 
Loans ou stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 575 00 

Interest 4,073 36 

I'remium 357 54 

Fines 15 76 

Membership fees 15 50 

Borrowed money 3,000 00 

Overdraft 1 64 

Certificate stock 11,990 00 



Total $49,134 56 

Assets. 

Cash nn hand June 30. 1904 .$83 05 

Loans on mortgage security 70,26182 

Loans on st'k or iiass b'k security 1,900 00 

Fui-niture and fixtures 50 00 

I>ue for insurance and taxes 42 86 

Preniiums di'lin(iu('nt 7 80 

Interest delinquent 64 50 

Fines delinquent 12 80 



Disbursements 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Certificate stock 

Interest on certificate stock 

Cash onhand June 30, 1904 



$16,154 94 

2,025 00 

17,421 34 

479 00 

76 10 

3,415 00 

223 04 

8,230 00 

'1,027 09 

83 50 



Total $49,134 56 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds ou running stock $40,668 57 

I'aid-up ;ind prep'd st'k and div'ds 327 89 

Matured st-.-k 2.684 00 

rndivided profit 967 37 

P.Drrowed UKiney 5,100 00 

Dues paid in advance 50 00 

Certificate stock 22,625 00 



Total $72,422 S3 Total ■■ 

Shares of stock in force, 1,547; shares loaned on, 741; membership, 235. 



$72,422 S3 



41 



FAYETTE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOME LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CONNERSVILLE. 
JOHN B. McFARLAN, JR., President. S. O. McKENNAN, Secretaiy. 



Coudition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on tiand June 30, 1903 $344 67 

Diies on running stock 16,277 40 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 9,875 00 

Loan on mortgage security repaid. 3,442 71 

Interest 1,422 27 

Borrowed money 2,500 00 

Miscellaneous 36 25 



Total $33,898 30 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $182 70 

Loans on mortgage security 33,057 29 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 150 00 



Disbursements 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'l^ or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run"g st'k and div'ds'. 
Withdrawals, p.iul-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed mone.v repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$19,330 38 

1.50 00 

7,270 50 


3,626 38 


523 03 
171 25 
121 98 
2,500 00 
22 OS 
182 70 


$33,898 30 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $16,796 19 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 16,493 50 
Undivided profit 100 30 



Total $33,389 99 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,.339; shares loaned on, 333; membership, 178. 



$33,389 99 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



THE CIVIC SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 
S. C. MANUEL, President. • W. O. VANCE, Secretary., 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1903. 

Dues on running stock 

Interest 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Overdraft 



Total. 



$170 71 


274 68 


19 16 


1 12 


3 00 


1 79 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Lo.ans ou mortgage security 

Loans un st'k or pass b'k security 

Total 



$470 46 



$116 96 
400 00 
22 00 

$538 96 



'Disbiu'sements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$235 00 


10 00 


103 50 


5 00 


116 96 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 

T'ndivided profit 

Due on loans 

Total 



$470 46 



455 68 
IS 28 
65 00 

$538 96 



Shares of stock in force, 74: shares loaned on, 4; membership, 43. 



42 



FLOYD COUNTY— CoDtinued. 



THE EAST END BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 
NEW ALBANY. 

(In Liquidation.) 
W. A. HEDDEN, President. JACOB BEST, Secretary. 



Condition .June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1903 $695 52 

Dues on running stocli 123 SO 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,400 00 

Interest 17130 

Premium 171 30 

Real estate 1,591 60 



Total $5,153 52 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $416 55 

Loans on mortgage security 1,900 00 

Real estate 4.466 03 

Delinquent interest and premium 354 40 

Deficit • : . . . . 609 62 

Bills receivable 18 45 



Disbursements. 



AVithd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— oth er purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Real estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 



$1,722 30 



990 00 


180 00 


25 60 


700 00 


18 50 


1,100 57 


416 55 



Total $7,765 05 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 145; shares loaned on, 9; membership, 30. 



5,153 52 



.,555 05 
,210 00 



$7,765 05 



THE HOWARD PARK BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 

JAMES W. DUNBAR, President. EVAN B. STOTSENBURG, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 

Interest 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Rent 

Due on real estate 

Discount on note 



$29 28 


243 46 


66 39 


700 00 


750 00 


225 00 


65 00 


234 57 



Total. 



Assets. 



2,313 70 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $53 80 

Loans on mortgage security 100 00 

Loans on other security 158 00 

Real estate 3,425 00 



Disbursements. 



Expenses— salaries $125 00 

Expenses — other purposes 11 56 

Borrowed mone.v repaid 1,974 17 

Interest on borrowed money 172 29 



Total $2,313 70 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on runnint 

TTndivided profit 

Borrowed money 



stock 



Total $3,736 SO 

Shares of stock in force, 16; membership, 9. 



Total. 



$816 00 
1,366 SO 
1,554 00 



3,736 SO 



43 



FLOYD COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HOOSIER ASSOCIATION OF NEW ALBANY. 

GEORGE B. CARDWELL, President. WILLIAM H. McKAY, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Interest . .' 



Total. 



Assets. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Judgments 

Miscellaneous 



$68 33 

4,818 87 
566 78 



5,453 98 



0,000 80 
135 00 
162 00 



Loans on mortgage security.. 

Expenses 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money. 



$1,557 00 

5 00 

3,400 00 

491 98 



Total $5,453 98 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on runnint 

Undivided profit 

Borrowed money 



stock 



Total $10,297 80 



Total. 



$469 00 

28 SO 

9,800 00 


$10,297 80 



Shares of stock in force, 197; shares loaned on, 100: membership, 13. 



THE MECHANICS' BUILDING AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

NEW ALBANY. 

(In Liquidation.) 

GEORGE B. CARDWELL, President. E. J. HEWITT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans- on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Real estate 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



$22 74 


549 88 


9.550 50 


368 37 


248 12 


1.887 72 


147 43 


$12,774 66 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $536 77 

Loans on mortsage security 10,755 50 

Furniture and fixtures 260 88 

Real estate . . . .■ 13,449 30 

Miscellaueoxis 145 OS 



Total $25,147 53 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortsaijc security $1,780 50 

Withdrawals of running stock.... 7,536 40 

Expenses— salaries .' 250 00 

Expenses — other purposes 224 09 

Borrowed money repaid 200 00 

Interest on borrowed money 743 90 

Real estate 1,277 93 

Miscellaneous 225 07 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 536 77 



Total $12,774 66 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $14,050 88 

Accrued interest 226 00 

Borrowed money 10,200 00 

Taxes 670 65 



Total -$25,147 53 



Shares of stock in force. 227: shares loaned on, 54; membership. 44. 



44 



FLOYD COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP 
NEW ALBANY. 



ROBERT W. MORRIS, President. 



WM. R. ATKINS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casli on hand .June 30, 1903 |1,561 12 

Dues on running stociv 1,700 40 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 9,937 56 
Loans on stocli or pass booli se- 
curity 190 00 

Interest 1,327 55 

I'reniium 54 41 

Borrowed money 550 00 

Real estate 1,896 41 



Total $17,217 45 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $478 67 

Loans on mortgage security 4,661 51 

Loans on st'li or pass b'li security 750 00 

Furniture and fixtures .... 190 00 

Cash in safe 10 00 

Bonds 392 75 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loniis on st'k or pass b'li security 

^^'it hdrawMls of running stocli 

'\^'ith(h•a^\ als, dividends 

E.xpenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest 

Real estate 

Bonds 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $17,217 45 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $3,844 95 

Undivided profit 1,381 84 

Real estate » 1,256 14 



$18 50 


850 00 


il,140 30 


1,894 37 


450 00 


288 79 


550 00 


85 10 


1,070 97 


392 75 


478 67 



Total $6,482 93 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 74; shares loaned on, 23; membership, 13. 



,482 93 



THE UNION SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP NEW ALBANY. 

PETER KLERNER, President. OWEN TEGART, JR., Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $312 61 

Dtics on running stock 4,983 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 100 00 

Intcrr-st 564 27 

I';!ss books 5 7.5 

Borrowed mone.y 1,400 00 

Bonds 2,100 00 



Total $10,165 88 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $747 44 

Loans on mortgage security 11,226 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 400 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage secxu-it.v 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k securit.v 

Withdrawals of running stock 

P^xpenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed moue.y repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$5,359 50 

400 00 

1,750 00 

150 00 

65 15 

1,600 00 

93 79 

747 44 



Total $10,165 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on runninj; 

ITndivided profit 

Borrowed monc.v 

Bonds 



stock $7,676 75 

296 69 

800 00 

3,600 00 



Total $12,373 44 Total 

Shares of slock in force, 497; shares loaned on, 119; membership, 79. 



$12,373 44 



45 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



THE ATTICA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP ATTICA. 
T. REID ZEIGLEU, President. WILL B. REED, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on liand June 30, 1903 $12,546 31 

Dues on running stock 51,822 93 

Loans on mort'ge securit.r repaid. 38,040 00 

Loans on st'Ii or pass b'k security 4,209 79 

Interest 16,336 72 

Memliersliip fees 181 20 

I'.orrowed money 6,26S 01 

Refunder insurance and taxes 197 48 

Tax certificates 87 97 



Total $129,690 41 

Assets. • 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $7,430 95 

Loans on mortgage security 219,622 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,305 47 
Due for insurance and taxes 315 27 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Witlidrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borro\yed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money and 

cash dividends 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 

Taxes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $129,690 41 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. 

Matured stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

Undivided profit 

Borrowed money 

Accrued interest not paid 



$51,910 00 
1,646 80 


60,158 61 

1,425 00 

323 34 

2,799 24 


3,796 07 

140 20 

60 20 

7,430 95 



Total $228,871 10 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 5,507; shares loaned on, 1,896; membership, 632. 



$198,175 99 
. 2,000 00 
. 5,500 00 
766 72 
. 21,408 11 
. 1,020 28 

.$228,871 10 



THE COVINGTON BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OB' 

COVINGTON. 

J. L. TOWNSLEY, President- N. G. HARLOW, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June -30, 1903. $1,644 57 

Dues on running stock 5,893 80 ^ 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 1,000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5,606 33 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 165 00 

Interest 2,551 88 

Pines 6 20 

Membership fees 19 80 



Total $16,887 58 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $633 24 

Loans on mortgage security 22,300 OO 

Furniture and fixtures 75 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 32 63 

Delinquent discount int 362 90 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of riin'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 

Discount advance dues 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $16,887 58 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $21,769 22 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 600 00 

Matured stock 1,000 00 

Undivided profit 14 95 

Advance due on stock 19 60 



$5,300 00 

165 00 

1,490 85 


3,400 00 

5,000 00 


207 55 
622 00 
18 65 
32 63 
17 66 
633 24 



Total $23,403 77 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 721; shares loaned on, 223; membership, 123. 



3,403 77 



46 ' 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE HILLSBORO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP HILLSBORO. 
GRANT WEIDMAN, President. C. R. WALKER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $956 11 

Dues on running stock 3,790 75 

Loans on mort'ge secui-ity repaid. 

Interest ; 

Premium 

Pines 

Membership fees 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Other receipts— Delinquent 



3,700 00 


436 50 


186 75 


17 08 


15 00 


63 19 


351 88 



Total. 



9,517 26 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904.. $346 15 

Loans on mortgage security 11,100 00 

Loans on st'li or pass b'k security 100 00 

Furniture and fixtures 53 88 

Delinquent 303 85 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 
Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$4,700 00 

2,274 62' 

2,004 20 

63 19 

346 15 



1,517 26 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running 

Net increase 

Bal. out 



stock $11,612 98 

67 04 

223 86 



Total $11,903 88 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 310; shares loaned on. 111; membership, 95. 



$11,903 88 



THE KINGMAN BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

KINGMAN. 

H. P. McCRARY, President. J. W. BLACK, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on nand June 30, 1903 $632 49 

Dues on running stocli 3,210 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,100 00 

Interest 569 50 

Premium 284 75 

Membership fees 24 50 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 



Total $6,821 99 

Assets. 

Cash on hand Jime 30, 1904 $469 01 

Loans on mortgage security 12,300 00 

Books and stationery 112 15 



Disbursements. 



iioans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$5,500 00 
702 48 


100 00 


4 00 

40 00 

6 50 

469 01 



Total. 



3,821 99 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $11,853 52 

Undivided profit 3 14 

Borrowed money 1,000 00 

Book fund 24 50 



Total $12,881 16 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 362; shares loaned on, 123; membership, 70. 



$12,881 16 



47 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MELLOTT. 
W. T. MELLOTT, President. E. H. EDWARDS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Casb on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock :... 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Overdraft 

Transfer fees 

Total 



$649 99 

3,214 00 

1,775 00 

600 37 

269 96 

25 33 

28 50 

20 00 

2 11 

1 25 

$6,586 51 



Loans on mortgage security $2,850 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'li and div'ds. 1,909 17 

Expenses— salaries 62 00 

Expenses— other purposes 28 27 

Borrowed money repaid 600 00 

Interest on borrowed monev 51 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 1,086 07 



Total. 



6,586 51 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $1,086 07 

Loans on mortgage security 10,400 00 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $10,678 96 

Borrowed money 800 00 

Miscellaneous 7 11 



Total $11,486 07 



Total $11,486 07 



Shares of stock in force, 272; shares loaned on, 52; membership, 90. 



THE NEWTOWN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NEWTOWN. 
J. V. FISH, President. R. W. CLAYPOOL, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,174 28 

Dues on running stock 3,213 63 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,200 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,702 22 

Interest 1,083 48 

Premium 420 13 

Fines 27 21 

Membership fees 42 40 

Borrowed money 1,726 04 

Refunder insurance and taxes 4 50 

Miscellaneous 185 91 



Total $17,779 80 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $430 59 

Loans on mortgage security 13.900 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,518 20 

Dues, prem. and int. delinquent.. 243 71 



Total $16,092 50 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $4,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 885 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,303 23 

Matured stock 10,100 00 

Expenses— salaries 96 00 

Expenses— other purposes 20 50 

Borrowed monev repaid 92142 

Interest on borrowed money 23 06 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 430 59 



Total $17,779 80 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $10,308 40 

Matured stock 2,700 00 

Undivided profit 2,063 42 

Borrowed money 970 92 

Dues paid in advance 49 76 



Total $16,092 50 



Shares of stock in force, 362; shares loaned on, 139; membership, 91. 



48 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE VEEDERSBURG BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF VEEDERSBURG. 



W. E. ROWE, President. 



Receipts. 



CoiKlitiou June 30, 1904. 



A. M. BOOE, Secretary. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $670 99 

Dues on running stock 9,757 0.3 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 9,800 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 200 00 

Interest 2,677 50 

Premium 1,338 75 

Fines 119 75 

I*ass books 2 75 



Loans on mortgage security $10,500 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 11,427 81 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 954 00 

Expenses— salaries 354 22 

.Cash on liand .Tune 30, 1904 1,330 76 



Total $24,566 79 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1,330 76 

Loans on mortgage securitj' 45,200 OO 



Total $24,566 79 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $33,001 63 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 13,100 00 
Undivided profit 429 13 



Total $46,530 76 



Total $46,530 76 



Shares of stock in force, 1,163; shares loaned on, 451; membership, 174. 



FRANKLIN COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION, No. 

OP BROOKVILLE. 



RICHARD S. TAYLOR, President. 



Condition .Tune 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $5,011 58 

Dues on running stock 36,264 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 24,545 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 5,858 00 

Interest 30 05 

Fines 152 50 

Real estate sold 500 00 

Transfer fees 3 25 

Amounts overpaid 5 20 



Total $76,797 51 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $3,713 86 

Loans on mortgage security 71.940 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 7,260 00 

Furniture and fixtures 100 00 

Amounts due from stockholders... 112 65 



FRANK GEIS, Secretary. 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k ind div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Expenses— salaries 

Exi)enses — other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$33,655 00 


6,671 00 


26.781 87 


5,448 56 


490 76 


36 46 


3,713 86 



Total. 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 

Undivided profit 

To printing and incidentals due... 



,797 51 



2,420 03 
41 97 
21 01 



Total < $83,126 51 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1.394; shares loaned on, 414; membership, 392. 



,126 51 



49 



FRANKLIN COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FRANKLIN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OLDENBURG. 
FRANK FLODDER, President. GEO. HOLIET, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casli on hand June-30, 1903 $2,536 14 

Dues on running stocli. 5,520 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,350 00 

Interest 1,188 00 

Fines 2 00 

Membersliip fees 4 00 



Total $12,600 64 

Assets. 

. Casli on hiand June 30, 1904 $691 72 

Loans on mortgage security 17,300 00 

Loans on otlier security 3.660 00 

Real estate 1,085 67 

Int. due unpaid 147 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $2,990 00 

Loans ou otlier security 1,260 00 

Witlid'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

I'jxpenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



7,460 11 


132 50 


66 31 


691 72 



Total $12,600 64 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $22,780 74 
Fund for contingent losses 103 65 



Total $22,884 39 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 260; shares loaned on, 57; membership, 79. 



$22,884 39 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



THE FORT BRANCH BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, No. 4, OF 

FORT BRANCH. 



H. D. McGARY, President: 



G. F. HOFFMAN, Secretary. 



Dues on running 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 
Miscellaneous . . . 



Receipts, 
stock 



T:otal. 



Assets. 



Condition .Tune 30, 19<:»4. 



$8,369 25 


278 60 


665 25 


31 35 


177 75 


72 92 



,595 12 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $925 67 

Loans on mortgage security 8,200 00 



Total. 



9,125 67 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withd"ls of run"g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$8,200 00 


268 00 


114 00 


87 45 


925 67 



Total. 



Liabilities. 

Due* and div'ds on running stock 

Undivided profit 

Due on loans 



i,.595 12 



:.101 25 

983 00 

41 42 



Total. 



,125 67 



Shares of stock in force, 668; shares loaned on, 82; membership, 141. 



4-B. &L. 



50 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE FRANCISCO BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF FRANCISCO. 
S. L. BLACKBURN, President. M. L. DEWEESE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June SO, 1903 $369 69 

Dues on running stock 1,756 50 



Loans on mortgage security. 



Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 



680 00 

258 02 

17 35 

2 00 



Total ?3.083 56 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $628 21 

Loans on mortgage security 4,634 38 

Loans on st'Ii or pass h'k security 948 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 5 72 



Loans on et'li or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'ij and div'ds. - 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Due on loans 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904.... 

Total 



$1,350 00 


948 00 


78 55 


51 00 


13 80 


14 00 


628 21 



i,083 56 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock $5,643 57 
Undivided profit '572 80 



Total $62,163 31 



Total $62,163 31 



Shares of stock in force. 121: shares loaned on, 48; membership, 40. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HAUBSTADT. 
H. W. LUHRING, President. ANTON ZEITZ, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $7,211 41 

Dues on running stock 12,360 30 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 2,850 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 700 00 

Loans on otlier security repaid 1,200 00 

Interest 2,362 75 

Premium 5 96 

Transfer fees 9 00 



Total $26,699 42 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $10,535 28 

Loans on mortgage security 22,300 00 

Loans on st'lv or pass b'k security 11,050 00 
Loans on other security 16,300 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $250 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 4,600 00 

Loans on other security 6,950 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,055 63 

Expenses— salaries 256 00 

Expenses— other purposes 17 01 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 35 50 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 10,535 28 



Total $26,699 42 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $53,093 29 
Undivided profit 7,091 99 



Total $60,185 28 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 817; shares loaned on, 478; membership, 143. 



$60,185 28 



51 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PROGRESS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF HAZELTON. 
W. A. BARNETT, President. , H. M. ARTHUR, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $930 11 

Dues on running stocls 2,345 7o 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 221 13 

Loans on st'lj or pass b'k security 200 00 

Loans on other security repaid 232 50 

Interest 676 77 

I-'ines 05 

Real estate 150 00 

Refuuder insurance and taxes 40 62 

Transfer fees 90 

Total $4,797 S3 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $783 96 

Loans on mortgage security 9,435 30 

Loans on st'lj or pass b'k security 4.800 00 

Loans on other security 793 47 

Furniture and fixtures 30 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Loans on other security 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$1,470 30 

2,400 00 

80 47 

50 00 

13 10 

783 96 



4,797 S3 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $13,571 83 

Deposits and dividends 132 75 

Undivided profit 2,138 15 



Total $15,842 73- Total 

Shares of stock in force, 208; shares loaned on, 57; membership, 208. 



$15,842 73 



THE HOME ECONOMY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP OAK- 
LAND CITY. 
D. M. MARTIN, President. A. G. TROUTMAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 

Interest and premium 

MemberShin fees 

Sales of real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Rent 

Transfer fees 

Dividends 

Total 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Loans on mortgage security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,146; 



Disbursements. 

$4,738 09 Loans on mortgage security $15,200 00 

16,989 25 Withd'ls of run^g st'k and div'ds. 25,564 77 
17,750 00 Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

3,664 81 stock and dividends 100 OO 

66 00 Matured stock 1,200 00 

850 O'l Expenses— .salaries 380 00 

2 00 Expenses— other purposes 20 87 

48 50 Interest on borrowed money 123 35 

8 50 Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 8 35 

10 40 Real estate 32 26 

Interest im prepaid stock 88 55 

Refund of over pay't on mat'd st'k 39 03 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 1,404 32 

$44,161 50 Total $44,161 50 

Liabilities. 

$1,404 32 Dues and div'ds on running stock $34,781 96 
37,309 55 Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 2,107 99 

13 00 Matured stock 1,617 92 

410 00 Fimd for contingent losses 98 73 

Undivided profit 5 27 

Borrowed money 525 00 

$39,136 87 Total $39,136 87 

shares loaned on, 381; membership, 187. 



52 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PEOPLE'S STATE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF OAK- 
LAND CITY. 



J. F. VAXZANT. Piesicleut. 



J. M. VANDEVEER, .Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. - 



Receipts. 



Cash on 
Does oil 
Paid-up 
lutere.st 
Fines . . 

Rent 

Profit on sale of real estate 



hand June 30. 1903 $1,957 25 

running stocli 2,717 50 

and prepaid stock 4,400 00 

and premium 1.235 82 

21 15 

46 15 
207 27 



^Jotal. 



D..585 14 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $394 81 

Loans on mortgage securltj- 11,880 35 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $1,850 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 3,978 68 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 3.487 95 

Expenses— salaries 193 OO 

Expenses— other purposes 63 62 

Borrowed money repaid 86 62 

Interest on borrowed money 4 00 

Loss on sale of real estate 26 56 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 394 81 

Total $10,585 14 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $10,825-53 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 927 87 

Fund for contingent losses 500 00 

Undivided profit 21 76 



Total $12,275 16 Total .$12,275 16 

Shares of stock in force, 359; shares loaned on, 119; membership, 55. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

OWENSVILLE. 



JACOB F. BIRD, President. 



ALFRED W. SPRAGUE, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $595 47 

Dues on running stock 10,093 .50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1.655 85 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 788 40 

Loans on other securitv repaid...'. 313 00 

Interest 1.134 99 

Premium 45 00 

Fines 10 90 

Membership fees 109 00 

Transfer fee ' 12 25 



Total $14,758 36 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 .$2,275 18 

Loans on mortgage security 12,200 08 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,705 55 

Loans on other security '. 9.341 48 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security. .' 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k securit.v 

Loans on other securit.v 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

pjxpenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed mone.v 

Dividends on stock withdrawn 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$2,482 00 


1.536 95 


6,752 51 


1,082 50 


180 00 


36 50 


300 00 


6 73 


105 99 


2,275 18 


$14,758 36 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $22,323 60 
Undivided profit 3,198 69 



Total $25..522 29 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 766; shares loaned .on, 243; membership, 113. 



$25,522 29 



53 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE OWENSVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 
OWENSVILLE. 

H. L. STROCKLAND, Presideut. J. D. LANCASTER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Due? on running: stock. 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on pass h'k security repaid. 
Loans on other security repaid — 
Fines 



TotaL 



$528 78 

4.660 00 

182 00 

154 74 

723 17 

2 70 



.251 39 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $2.917 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,325 50 

Loans on other security ".' 823 60 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 669 00 

Expenses — salaries- lo6 00 

Expenses— otlier purposes 13 08 

Interest on borrowed money 31 98 

Interest on loans 195 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 313 28 

Total $6,251 39 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $313 28 

Loans on mortgage security 9,492 28 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,833 76 

Loans on other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Fines due and unpaid 

Dues due and unpaid 

Interest due and unpaid 



3,523 


60 


31 


44 


13 


60 


65 


75 


59 21 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on runnins 

Undivided profit 

Overpaid dues 



stock $12,087 50 

3,20167 

33 75 



Total. 



15,322 92 



Total. 



15,322 92 



Shares of stock in force, 338; shares loaned on, 164; membership, 81. 



THE PATOKA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PATOKA. 
HENRY STEELMAN, President. R. N. CHAPPELLE, Secretary. 



Coudition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $340 02 

Dues on running stock 1,626 71 

Interest 291 50 

Fines 2 35 

Loans paid off 1,228 59 



Total 



:,489 17 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $628 .59 

Loans on mortgage security 5,325 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 600 00 

Loans on other securitj' 555 00 



Total $7,108 59 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Loans on other security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $3,489 17 



$475 00 


600 00 


555 00 


1,150 72 


55 67 


24 19 


628 59 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on runninj; 
Undivided profit 



stock 



.343 81 
764 78 



Total $7,108 59 



Shares of stock in force, 105; shares loaned on, 77; membership. 



54 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GIBSON COUNTY PERPETUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIA- 
TION OF PRINCETON. 

GEO. C. KEXDLE, President. GEO. H. PADGETT, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on Iiand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 

Loans on morfge security repaid. 
Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest and premium 

Fines 

Membersliip fees and loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Rents 

Due on loans 

Miscellaneous 



$1,765 41 


5,572 15 


21,875 00 


10,675 00 


158 00 


3,.543 87 


77 93 


181 00 


5,400 00 


450 00 


29 80 


173 00 


882 25 


132 57 



Total $50,915 98 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $3,760 96 

Loans on-mortgage security 54,152 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 73 24 

Furniture and fixtures...' 200 00 

Real estate 1,850 55 

Sheriff's certificates and interest. 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Tax certificates 

Delinquent Int., Prem. and fees.. 

Interest advanced to bank 

Miscellaneous 



532 57 


83 72 


58 75 


1,505 11 


12 54 


3 50 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withdrawals dividends on instali- 

ment stock 

AVithdrawals of running stock 

AVithdrawals, paid-up and stock.. 

Dividends on paid-up 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 

Real estate 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $50,915 98 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $12,601 66 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 41,575 00 

Undivided profit 1.073 99 

Borrowed money 4,400 00 

Due on loans 882 25 

Dividends on installment stock 1,700 00 



$22,902 97 


128 04 


695 20 


4,287 20 


9,425 00 


1,820 15 


910 .50 


4.i6 11 


5,100 00 


243 50 


61 80 


27 00 


1.114 55 


3,760 93 



Total $62,232 94 Total..... 

Shares of stock in fo'rce, 1,233; shaves loaned on, 583; membership, 197. 



$62,232 94 



THE HOME BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND SAYINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

PRINCETON. 
JOHN W. EWING, President- G. J. WELBORN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 

I»ues on running stocli 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Interest 



Total. 



$2,010 69 
6,577 00 
2.411 25 
2,022 30 



13,021 24 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls or run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



5.000 00 


5,320 11 


182 50 


51 00 


1,867 63 


$13,021 24 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1,867 63 

Loans on mortgage security 26.188 75 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 24,379 24 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $45,433 12 
Undivided profit 7,002 50 



Total $52,435 62 Total 

Shares of stock in foioe, 225; shares loaned on, 160; membership, 64. 



$52,435 62 



GIBSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE LOCAL BUILDING, LOAN FUND AND S.-j.VINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

PRINCETON. 

G. F. GILMORE, President. J. K. McCOY, Secretaiy. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casli on iiand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Total 



$4,967 90 


12,805 00 


2,015 00 


724 62 


123 25 


15 80 



,651 57 



Assets. 



Ca.sli on liand June 30. 1904. 
Loans on mortgage security.. 



Total 

Shares of stock in force, 274V2: 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds 

Kxpeuses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Returned 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



Liabilities. 



$1,598 22 Undivided profit 

20,000 00 Interest on withdrawal 



$21,598 22 Total, 

membership, 91. 



$13,350 00 

5,310 56 

262 00 

10 60 

120 19 

1,598 22 

$20,651 57 



$751 49 
20,846 73 

$21,598 22 



THE SOMERYILLE BUILDING, LOAN AND INVESTMENT ASSOCIA- 
TION OF SOMERYILLE. 
A. HULBROTE, President. GEO. H. McGREGOR, Secretary, 

Condition June 30. 1904. 



Receipts. 

Casli on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Loans on other security repaid — 

Interest 

Fines 

Received on delinquencies 



Disbursements. 
$411 71 Loans on mortgage security 



846 59 
60 00 

355 00 
75 00 

255 54 
21 74 
10 10 



Total $2,035 68 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $219 58 

Loans on mortgage security 1,890 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,695 00 

Loans on other security 790 00 

Miscellaneous 262 "66 



Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
ATithd'ls of run'g sfk and div'ds. 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $2,035 68 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 

Fund for contingent losses 

LTndivided profit 



93:J 00 
420 OO 
437 60 
18 50 
7 00 
219 58 



Total $4,857 24 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 70; shares loaned on, 56; membership, 22. 



$4,602 50 

160 00 

94 74 



$4,857 24 



56 



GRANT COUNTY. 



THE AMERICAN BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP MARION. 
WILLIAM KNIGHT, President. ' FRED W. WILLSON, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running Stock $5,811 37 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 3,175 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 13.205 00 

Interest 2,417 05 

Premium 2,417 05 

Fines 6 35 

Borrowed money , 781 97 



Total $27,813 79 

Assets. 
Loans on mortgage security $53,574 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $6,814 00 

Witlid'ls of run'g sfli and div'ds. 7,834 75 
Withdrawls, paid-up and prepaid 

stoelv and dividends 10,265 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'li 

and deposits 2,360 86 

Expenses — salaries 444 18 

Interest on borrowed money 95 00 



Total $53,574 00 



Total $27,813 79 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $16,575 61 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 36,088 00 

Undivided profit 29 49 

Borrowed money 880 90 

Total $53,574 00 



THE MARION HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP MARION. 

(In Liquidation.) 
JOHN WILSON, President. GEO. A. MODLIN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Penalty on tax sale 



$503 75 


123 39 


3,342 21 


230 71 


115 35 


40 


2 19 



Total $4,318 00 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $515 57 

Loans on mortgage security ■ 1,000 00 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. $2,863 43 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 700 00 

Expenses— salaries 234 00 

Expenses — other purposes 5 00 

Cash^n hand June 30, 1904 515 57 



Total $4,318 00 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 

Loan and stock dividends 

Fund for contingent losses and 
undivided profit 



Total $1,515 57 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 11; shares loaned on, 10; membership, 10, 



$21 79 
360 77 



1,133 01 
$1,515 57 



GRANT COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MARION MUTUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

MARION. 
GEORGE A. SOUTHALL, President. WILLIAM L. LEXFESTEY, Secretary. 



Condition June 30. 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $727 27 

Dues on running stock 1,187 75 

Paid-up and prepaid stoeli 800 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 2.629 07 

Interest 263 70 

Premium 263 39 

Fines 13 90 



.$3 


;.902 55 




944 22 




60 00 




7 00 




971 31 



Total. ■. $0,885 08 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904.. 
Loans on mortgage securitj'. 



$971 31 
4,950 00 



Wthd'ls of ruu'g st'k and div"ds. 
Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $5,885 08 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $2,177 38 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 832 00 

Deposits and dividends 2,850 24 

Undivided profit 61 69 



Total .$5.92131 Total $5,92131 

Shares of stock in force, 79i4: shares loaned on. 4914 ; membership, IS. 



THE MARION SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OP MARION. 
J. WOOD WILSON, President. EDWARD J. FRANKLIN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $645 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 5.400 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1.049 33 

Interest 128 94 

Borrowed money 1,500 00 



Total. 



,723 27 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $1,016 68 

Loans on mortgage security 6,227 17 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 30 00 

Losses apparent 271 15 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



$7,276 50 


30 00 


41 04 


160 05 


199 00 


1,016 68 



Total. 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd sfk and div'ds 
Borrowed money 



Total $7,-545 00 Total 

Shares of stock in force. 176; shares loaned on, 46; membership, 23. 



723 27 



$645 00 
5.400 00 
1,500 00 



$7,545 00 



58 



GREENE COUNTY. 



THE BLOOMFIELD BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

BLOOMFIELD. 
SIMEON SMITH, President. THEO. T. PRINGLE, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Conditiou June 30, 1904. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $1,665 09 

Dues on running stock 24,740 14 

Deposits , 3,457 47 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid 13,393 15 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 115 00 

Interest 3,1.54 51 

Premium 8,745 00 

Fines 95 70 

Membership fees 192 50 

Real estate 1.50 00 

Rent 26 00 



Total. 



55,734 56 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— Ouner purposes 

Interest on warrants 

Ins. and taxes paid .for borrowers. 

Attorney fees and costs 

Taxes upon real estate sold 

Returned premiums and loans 

paid ofl' or refunded 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Total 



$29,720 00 

10,239 15 

2,360 00 

7,800 00 

639 50 

185 73 

476 04 

4 00 

12 50 

20 00 

1,989 96 

2,287 68 

$55,734 56 



Assets. 



Liabilities. 



Cash on hand .Tune 30, 1904 $2,287 6S Dues and div'ds on running stock $61,364 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Real estate 

Due for insurance and taxes 



79.800 00 
300 00 
355 12 
32 34 



Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 4,680 55 

Deposits and dividends 4,189 47 

Matured stock 2,200 00 

Fund for contingent losses 299 09 

Uftdivided nroflt and premium 9,541 15 

Due on loans 500 00 



Total $82,775 14 Total $82,775 14 

Shares of stock in force, 1,913; shares loaned on, 800; membership, 261. 



THE FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS 

ASSOCIATION OF BLOOMFIELD. 

FRANCIS M. DU6GER, President. JOHN C. GILLILAND, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Borrowed money 

Real estate 

Refunder insurance and taxes 

Judgment redeemed 

On lost judgment 



Total. 



$2,351 39 


11,734 67 


7,560 00 


25,675 89 


4.031 88 


6,7.54 31 


92 33 


217 11 


264 50 


323 40 


5,130 45 


635 24 


188 66 


6.59 60 


90 00 


$65,709 43 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 .$1,276 86 

Loans on mortgage security 79,114 60 

Jjoans on st'k or pass IVk security 

Loans on other security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Dues, Int. and fines delinquent 



5.735 29 


1.000 00 


71 65 


1,830 54 


• 256 43 


1,289 01 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses — salaries . < 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed njoney 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 

Real estate 

Judgment 

Interest refunded 

Cost of loans 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$35,663 20 


1,377 17 


15,107 66 


456 34 


4,500 00 


20 85 


420 75 


200 63 


5,130 45 


123 62 


115 85 


278 21 


• 659 60 


85 09 


293 15 


1,276 86 


$65,709 43 



Liabilities. 

Dues and divUls on running stock $53,469 28 

I'aid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 35,904 47 

Fund for contingent losses 763 27 

Due on loans 95 00 

Dues and interest advanced 297 16 

Loans due 45 20 



Total.. $90,574 38 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 1,270; shares loaned on, 850; membership, 



$90,574 38 



294. 



59 



GREENE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE SOUTHERN INDIANA MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS 
ASSOCIATION OF BLOOkFIELD. 



CYRUS E. DAVIS, President. 



OTTO T. HEROLD, Secretary. 



Conditiou June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $27,392 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 34,250 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 45,750 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,150 00 

Interest and premium 14,218 36 

Fines 360 62 

Membership fees 598 00 

Borrowed" money 7,000 00 

Real estate 1,030 60 

Refunder insurance and taxes 192 OO 

Overdraft 670 26 

Costs and attorney fees refunded. 140 05 

Sheriff's certificate 2100 



Total : $132,772- 89 



• Assets. 

t.oaus on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 

Furniture and fixtures 

Real estate 

Due for insurance and taxes 

Real estate sold on contract 



$1,758 50 

335 00 

50 00 

1,365 47 

326 92 

2,495 40 



Total 

Shares of stock in force, 2,562; 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on sfk or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses — salaries 

i'^xpenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 

Real estate 

Overdraft June 30, 1903 



Total $132,772 89 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $71,664 70 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 98.992 91 

Fund for contingent losses 4,750 00 

Undivided profit 1,702 28 

Borrowed money 2,000 00 

Due on loans ..' 642 64 

Overdraft 670 26 



$82,663 04 


935 00 


17,678 27 


5,957 97 


10,539 21 


4,382 67 


1,487 53 


1,245 36 


5,000 00 


158 36 


107 42 


20 00 


2,598 08 



180,422 79 Total $180,422 79 

shares loaned on, 1,762; membership, 538. 



THE HOME LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF LINTON. 
W. J. HAMILTON, President. W. A. CRAIG, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $4,545 23 

Dues on i-unniug stock 4,353 38 

Paid-up and pre-paid stock 13.000 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 8,9-58 92 

Interest 2,750 95 

Fines 5 50 

Membership fees 141 50 

Loan fees 318 50 



Total $34,073 98 

Assets. 

Cash on hand .June 30, 1901 $5,489 46 

Loans on mortgage security 34,867 27 



Total $40,356 73 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $21,100 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 2,986 57 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4,097 95 

Expenses — salaries 400 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 5,489 46 



Total $34,073 98 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $7,982 14 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 31,530 99 
Undivided profit 843 60 

Total $40,356 73 



Shares of stock in force, 709; shares loaned on, 395; membership, 233. 



60 



GREENE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE LINTON BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

LINTON. 

(lu Liquidation.) 

J. W. WALFORD, President. ELMER T. SHERWOOD, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand .June 30, 1903.. $721 03 

Dues on running stock 2,184 50 



Total $2,905 53 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1,.592 19 

Real estate 1,604 10 

Loss 3.616 53 



Total $6,812 82 



Disbiu'sements. 



Expenses— salaries $130 00 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 154 24 

Real estate mortgage 1,004 10 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 1,.592 19 



Total $2,905 53 

Liabilities. 
Dues and div'ds on running stock $6,812 82 



Total. 



S,812 82 



THE OWBNSBURG BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

OWENSBURG. 

T. M. WAGGONER, President. C. M. GRAHAM, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903. 

Dues on running stock 

Interest 

Fines 

Rent 



Disbursements. 



$185 12 Expenses— salaries $104 00 

490 27 Expenses — other purposes 46 50 

92 47 Cash on hand June 30, 1904 742 61 

2 25 _ ^ 

30 00 



Total. 



11 



Total. 



$800 11 



Assets. 



Liabilities. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $742 61 Dues and div'ds on running stock $4,370 45 

Loans on mortgage security 3,400 00 Undivided profit 67 23 

Real estate 220 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 75 07 



Total $4,437 68 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 64; shares loaned on, 34; membership, 30. 



,437 68 



61 



GREENE COUNTY— Continued. 



THE GREENE COUNTY BUILDING, SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF WORTHINGTON. 
WILLIAM G. ROTH, Presideut. EDWARD E. MILLER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $2,558 78 

Dues on running stock 4,530 7.5 

Paid-up and prepaid stoclv 1,150 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,021 28 

Loans on other security repaid 1.(50 00 

Interest 1,485 13 

Fines 4 40 

Membership fees 28 25 

Refunder insurance and taxes 4 00 

Transfer fees 6 50 



Total $14,439 09 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1,508 05 

Loans on mortgage security 14,900 00 

Loans on other security 5.50 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 5 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on other security 

Withd'Is of run'g sfls and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 
Due on loans — 



$5,622 26 
1,500 00 
3,823 95 

1.691 43 

250 00 

43 40 

1,.508 05 


$14,439 09 

$11,737 13 

5,148 IS 

77 74 



Total $16,963 05 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 421; shares loaned on, 149; membership, 86. 



$16,963 05 



THE WORTHINGTON BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF WORTHINGTON. 
H. J. BAKER, Presideut. S. H. CANAHAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $3,139 19 

Dues on running stock 2,0.51 70 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 11,200 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 5.280 18 

Interest 

Premium 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Real estate 

Total $24,116 98 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $5,531 14 

Loans on jnortgage security 23.988 95 

Real estate 4,216^ 73 



1.446 63 


625 73 


56 40 


24 15 


293 00 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage securit.y $11,900 00 

Withd'Is of run'g st'k and div'ds 1,469 75 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 4.670 84 

Expenses— salaries 272 40 

Expenses— other purposes 6 50 

Real estate 266 35 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 5,531 14 



Total $24,116 98 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $10,223 78 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 22,761 20 
Undivided profit 751 84 



Total $33,736 82 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 582; shares loaned on, 348; membership, 114. 



33,736 82 



62 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



THE INDIANA LOAN ASSOCIATION OF NOBLESVILLE. 
JOHN THOM, President. CALVIN W. GRANGER, Secretary. 



Condition Jnne 30. 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on liand .Time 30, 1903 $3,738 42 

Dues on lunuing stocli 52,057 12 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 
Loans on st'li or pass b'k security 

Interest 

Forfeitures 

Pass booljs 

liorrowed moue.v 

Due on loans 

Appraisers' foes 

Miscellaneous 



Total. 



24,900 00 


105 00 


6,456 11 


117 60 


27 00 


2,093 00 


134 05 


25 50 


106 50 


52 25 


$89,812 55 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st k or pass b'k security 
Wifhd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Expenses — salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 

Appraisers" fees 

Dues on loans '03 paid 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total. 



$31,000 00 

135 00 

48,454 36 

1,220 00 

75 10 

1,500 00 

23 04 

226 42 

39 25 

916 69 

678 10 

5,544 59 

$89,812 55 



Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $5,544 59 

Loans on mortgage security 104,600 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 250 00 
Furniture and fixtures 200 00 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running stock. $106,361 80 

Undivided profit 2,005 74 

Borrowed money 2,093 00 

Due on loans 134 05 



Total $110,594 59 Total $110,594 59 

Shares of stock in force, 3,753; shares loaned on, 1,128; membership, 1,128. 



THE CITIZENS' SAVINGS AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF SHERIDAN. 
N. AV. COWGILL, President. T. L. HARRIS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 

Dues on running stock 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Refunder insurance and taxes 



Total $1,600 12 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30,' 1904 $28 71 

Loans on mortgage securitv 2,300 00 

Delinquent dues 28 08 

Delinquent interest and premiums 54 42 



$170 75 


2?3 


34 


600 00 


435 


59 


127 


45 


39. 


52 


•^ 


47 



Total. 



2,411 21 



Disbursements. 



$1,426 55 



"Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 
s^^ock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 
and depiisits 

Expenses— salaries 

Ins. and t;ixes i^aid for borrowers. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $1,600 12 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $498 56 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 1,806 00 
Undivided profit ' 106 65 



126 00 

15 39 

3 47 

28 71 



Total..-. $2,411 21 



Shares of stock in force, 23; shares loaned on, 21; membership, 11. 



63 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



THE GREENFIELD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

GREENFIELD. 

VINCENT L. EARLY, President. JOHN CORCORAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casli on liand June 30, 1903 $7,915 94 

Dues on running stocli 11,875 90 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 4,850 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,150 00 

Interest 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Loan fees 

Rpfunder insurance and taxes 



Total .$36,426 22 

Assets. 

Casli on liand June 30. 1904 $2,198 38 

Loans on mortgage security 62.149 00 

Loans on other security 3.173 00 

Piu'niture and fixtures 340 00 

Real estate ., 606 94 

Due for insurance and taxes 20 96 

Interest due 121 30 



439 


17 


46 


30 


19 00 


91 


70 


37 21 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'li and div'ds. 

Withdrawals, paid-up stock 

Matured stock 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid sfk 

and deposits 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 

Real estate 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 

Total 



$11,550 00 


12,864 61 


4.250 00 


4.400 00 


296 92 


738 95 


40 49 


16 30 


70 37 


2,198 38 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 
Fund for contingent losses 



Total $68,609 58 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 2,056: shares loaned on. 660; membership, 182. 



5,426 22 



$61,490 55 
5.610 50 
1,508 53- 



$68,609 58 



THE HOME BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF GREENFIELD. 

(In Liquidation.) 



(JEO. W. DUNCAN. President. 



GEO. H. COOPER, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $7,526 06 

Dues on running stock 963 09 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 3,525 00 

Interest 149 05 

Premium 85 90 



Total $12,249 10 

Assets. 

Cash on baud June 30, 1904 $2,754 12 

Loans on mortgage security. 1,450 00 



Total $4,204 12 



Disbursements. 



Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Dividends on matured stock 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Interest on stock withdrawn...... 

Miscellaneous 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



J5.S82 21 


724 75 


325 25 


200 00 


5 50 


2,311 31 


45 90 


2,754 12 



Total $12,249 10 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on runnins 
Undivided profit 



stock 



J,460 12 
744 00 



Total $4,204 12 



Shares of stock in force, 85; shares loaned on, 10; membership, 35. 



64 



HARRISON COUNTY. 



THE HARRISON COUNTY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

CORYDON. 
VICTOR N. BULLEIT, President. WILLIAM RIDLEY, Secretary. 



Conclitiou June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casla on liand June 30, 1903 $29,559 83 

Dues on running stock 1,387 00 

Paid-up and prepaid stoclc 300 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,334 00 

Interest 3,495 46 

Membership fees 3 50 

R'ef under insurance and taxes 33 04 

Box rent 3 00 

Rent 9 00 



Total .^ $47,124 83 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $7,684 68 

Loans on mortgage security 3S,582 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 17,000 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 11 48 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $16,400 OO 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 532 45 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 20,293 20 

Withdrawals, deposits and div'ds. 1.072 00 
Dividends on paid-up. prepaid st'k 

and (Icp.isits 1,006 00 

Expenses— salaries 118 72 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers. 17 78 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 7,684 68 

Total $47,124 83 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 

Deposits and dividends 

Fund for contingent losses 

LTndivided profit 



Total $64,318 16 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 909; shares loaned on, 616; membership, 335. 



$10,390 60 

48,630 50 

1,084 32 

4,200 00 

12 74 

$64,318 16 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



THE CITIZENS' BUILDING. LOAN FUND AND SAVINGS AS'SOCIATION 

OF DANVILLE. 

JAS. W. FERREE, President. MAUDE L. DOWNARD, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30. 1903 $3 76 

Dues on running stock , 2,726 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 

Interest 

Premium 

Membership fees 

Real estate 



Total. 
I 



3,600 00 

422 75 

75 00 

12 50 

165 00 



$7,005 51 



Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $29 16 

Loans on mortgage security 5,550 00 

Real estate 2,381 00 

Dues for insurance and taxes 34 69 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $600 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 4,889 07 
AVithdrawals. paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,000 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Returned premiums 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904.... 

Total $7,005 51 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $7,162 02 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 500 00 
Undivided profit 332 83 



52 50 


165 00 


88 28 


181 50 


29 16 



Total $7,994 85 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 102; shares loaned on, 29; membership, 32. 



$7,994 85 



65 



HENDRICKS COUNTY— Continued. 



THE PLAINFIELD BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

PLAINFIELD. 
JOS. E. PRfiWITT, President. G. G. CUMBERWORTH, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Disbursements. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $0 96 

Dues on running stoclv 5,974 50 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 4,855 00 
Loans on stocli or pass book se- 
curity repaid 343 00 

Interest 1,83136 

Fines 39 25 

Membership fees 37 00 

Borrowed money 21,094 23 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 

Matured stock 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses— other purposes 

Interest on borrowed money 16,535 9^ 

Ins. and taxes paid for borrowers 443 41 
Cash on hand June 30, 1904 128 45 



$9,225 00 

355 00 

6.617 89 

732 09 

132 00 

5 SO 



Total $34,175 30 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $128 45 

Loans on mortgage security 25,150 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 170 00 



Total $34,175 30 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $13,408 97 

Undivided profit 824 75 

Borrowed money 11,214 73 



Total $25,448 15 



Total $25,448 45 



Shares of stock in force, 503; shares loaned on, 266; membership, 106. 



HENRY COUNTY. 



THE HENRY COUNTY BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

NEW CASTLE. 

WILLIAM C. BOND, President. MARTIN L. KOONS, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $13,873 37 

Dues on running stock 25,373 30 

Loans on mort'ge seeuritj' repaid. 14,200 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 2,794 50 

Interest 4,539 47 

Premium 526 30 

Fines 4 18 

Membership fees 161 25 

Borrowed money 5,000 00 



Total $66,472 37 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $2,771 08 

Loans on mortgage security 82,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 625 50 



Total $85,501 58 

Shares of stock in force, 2,311. 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 
Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Borrowed money repaid 

Interest on borrowed money 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 



Total $66,472 37 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $82,831 56 

Undivided profit 602 01 

Dividends not credited 2,068 01 



28,100 00 

3,145 00 

16,786 25 

9,614 42 
820 90 
157 74 

5.000 00 
76 98 

2,721 08 



Total $85,501 58 



5-B.& L. 



66 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



THE INDUSTRIAL LOAN AND INVESTMENT COMPANY OF 

HUNTINGTON. 

JAMES M. BARKER, President. WM. D. HAMER, Secretaiy. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $297 91 

Dues on running stock 2,585 53 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,541 54 

Interest 

Fines 

Membersliip fees 

Borrowed money 

Miscellaneous 

Total $5,366 98 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $688 38 

Loans on mortgage security 4,274 27 

Loans on other security 514 53 



217 41 


4 34 


32 50 


687 35 


40 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

Loans on st'li or pass b'k security 

Loans on other security 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $5,366 98 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 

Undivided profit 

Borrowed money 



$3,750 00 


217 35 


540 00 


147 00 


24 25 


688 38 



Total ; $5,477 18 Total.. 

Shares of stock in force, 627; shares loaned on, 97; membership, 47. 



$3,372 40 

1,407 60 

9 83 

687 35 

$5,477 18 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



THE JACKSON HOME AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OP BROV^NSTOWN. 
O. S. BROOKS, President. J. R. KENT, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $639 01 

Dues on running stock 4,005 2? 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 5,925 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 1,600 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 400 00 

Interest 1,759 21 

Loan fees 48 00 

Refunder insurance and taxes 29 13 

Recorder's fees 20 80 

Pass books 3 75 



Total $14,430 18 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $44 18 

Loans on mortgage security 25,340 00 

Loans on other security 1,000 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $5,500 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,897 74 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 1,025 00 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid st'k 

and deposits 960 11 

Expenses — salaries 127 33 

Expenses— other purposes 19 92 

Borrowed money repaid 4,700 00 

Interest on borrowed money 87 10 

Recorder's fees 20 80 

Legal services 48 00 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 44 18 



Total $14,430 18 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $10,529 93 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 14,625 00 
Undivided profit 1,229 25 



Total $26,384 18 

Shares of stock in force, 575; membership, 140. 



Total $26,384 18 



67 



JACKSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE MUTUAL BUILDING, LOAN B^UND AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION 

OF BROWNSTOWN. 
FRANK TALK, President D. B. VANCE, Secretary. 



Eeeeipts. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $598 40 

Dues on running stock 11,946 75 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 10,620 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,400 00 

Interest 2,504 06 

Fines 9 80 

Delinquent dues 43 70 

Delinquent interest . 32 00 



Total $27,154 71 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $423 72 

Loans on mortgage security 32,740 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,865 00 
Keal estate 249 99 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $13,695 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 1,900 OO 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 1,770 13 

Matured stock 8,600 00 

Expenses— salaries 394 00 

Expenses— other purposes 28 00 

Interest on advance payment 343 86 

Cash- on hand June 30, 1904 423 72 



Total $27,154 71 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock $18,479 97 
Undivided profit 16,798 74 



Total $35,278 71 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 886; shares loaned on, 388; membership, 886. 



$35,278 71 



THE MEDORA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MEDORA. 

J. L. HAUSACKER, President. C. C. McMILLAN, Secretary. 

Condition June 30. 1904. 



Receipts. 

Dues on running stock $3,674 00 

Interest 

Fines 

Membership fees 

Borrowed money 

Transfer fees 



170 43 

3 60 

76 50 

1,500 00 

3 00 



Total $5,427 53 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $36 05 

Loans on mortgage security 4,750'' 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security. 30 00 



Total $4,816 05 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security $4,750 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 30 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 10 00 

Expenses— salaries 50 00 

Expenses— other purposes 33 14 

Borrowed money repaid 500 00 

Interest on borrowed monev 18 34 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 36 05 

Total $5,427 53 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running 

Undivided profit 

Borrowed money 



stock. 



$3,664 OO 

152 05 

1,000 00 



Total $4,816 05 



Shares of stock in force, 301; shares loaned on, 47; membership, 57. 



68 



JACKSON COUNTY— Continued. 



THE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF 

SEYMOUR. 

W. P. MASTERS, President. W. F. PETEIl, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Casli on hand June 30, 1903 $2,665 67 

Dues on running stock 63,736 25 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,515 00 
Loans on stock or pass book se- 
curity repaid 1,575 00 

Interest 9,028 64 

Premium 2,407 20 

Fines and rents 707 10 

Membership fees 382 00 

Miscellaneous 2,487 44 



Total $95,504 30 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $3,729 00 

Loans on mortgage security 146,000 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,520 00 

Furniture and fixtures 60 00 

Real estate 700 00 

Due for insurance and taxes 187 58 

Dues and interest due from bor- 
rowers ■ 3,365 35 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security $40,700 00 

Loans on st'k or pass b'k security 3,800 00 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 19,367 44 

Matured stock 26,625 00 

Fxpenses— salaries 758 00 

Expenses— other purposes 417 23 

Insurance and taxes paid for bor- 
rowers 106 38 

Miscellaneous 1 25 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 3,729 00 



Total $95,504 30 



Liabilities. 



Dues and div'ds on running 
Undivided profits 



stock. $157,525 79 
36 14 



Total $157,561 93 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 4,877; shares loaned on, 1,469; membership, 616. 



.$157,561 93 



THE HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION OF SEYMOUR. 
C. C. FREY, Secretary. 



Receipts. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $54 68 

Dues on running stock 7,863 25 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 2,300 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 11,200 00 

Interest 2,167 55 

Fines 63 85 

Membership fees 70 00 

Real estate 3,625 40 

Refunder insurance and taxes 6 60 

Rent 107 00 

Transfer fees 4 50 



Total $27,462 83 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $76 23 

Loans on mortgage securitv 34,370 00 

Real estate 1.969 50 

Due for insurance and taxes 12 18 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage securitv $8,600 00 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 6,707 00 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 9,300 00 

Expenses — salaries 286 93 

Expenses — other purposes 19187 

Interest paid on paid-up stock and 

withdrawals 2,300 80 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 76 23 



Total , $27,462 83 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $15,815 60 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 20,300 00 
Undivided profit 312 31 



Total $36,427 91 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 361; shares loaned on, 343; membership, 122. 



6,427 91 



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69 



JASPER COUNTY. 



THE PERPETUAL BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

REMINGTON. 
SAMUEL BOWMAN, Piesideut. ROBERT PARKER, Secretary. 

Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $669 68 

Dues on running stocSs; 3,202 35 

Paid-up and prepaid stocli 5,400 00 

LfOans on mort'ge security repaid. 12,600 00 

Interest 2,22133 

Premium 1,750 80 

Fines 15 60 



Total $25,859 76 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $1,863 50 

Loans on mortgage security 35,878 74 

Real estate 450 13 



Disbursements. 

Loans on mortgage security 

Withd'ls of run'g st'k and div'ds. 
Withdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Expenses — salaries 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $25,859 76 

Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. $9,301 41 

Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 19,400 00 

Fund for contingent losses 986 26 

Undivided profit 8,504 70 



$5,400 00 
8,783 62 

9.627 64 

185 00 

1,863 50 



Total $38,192 37 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 325: shares loaned on, 184; membership, 65. 



8,192 37 



THE AMERICAN BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

RENSSELAER. 
JOHN M. WASSON, President. ARTHUR H. HOPKINS, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Paid-up stock 

Interest on installment loans. 
Premiunj on installment loans 

Fines 

Borrowed money 

Part principal repaid 

Annual dues 

Interest on straight loans 

Due individuals 



$31 00 


76 25 


76 25 


8 10 


33 50 


305 00 


6 50 


4 78 


14 95 



Total $3,625 33 

Assets. 

Cash on hand June 30. 1904 $51 60 

Loans on mortgage security 3,325 00 

Deposit in bank 130 09 



Disbursements 



Loans on mortgage security $3,325 00 

Expenses— salaries 

Expenses — other purposes 

Dividends on paid-up stock... 

Commissions 

Deposit in bank 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904.... 



14 95 


37 98 


51 21 


14 50 


130 09 


51 60 



Total $3,625 33 

Liabilities. 

Paid-up stock $3,100 00 

Undivided profit 86 74 

Part principal repaid 305 00 

Due individual 14 95 



Total $3.506 69 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 31; shares loaned on, 33; membership. 14. 



$3,.506 69 



70 



JASPER COUNTY— Continued. 



THE IROQUOIS BUILDING, LOAN AND SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF 

RENSSELAER. 



JOHN EGER, President. 



JAMES H. CHAPMAN, Secretary. 



Condition June 30, 1904. 



Receipts. 



Dues on running stock $1,230 75 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 6,220 00 



Interest 
Premium 
Fines ...-. 



313 00 

156 00 
4 50 



Total $7,924 25 

Assets. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1904 $192 20 

Loans on mortgage security 6,800 00 



Disbursements. 



Loans on mortgage security 

AVitlid'ls of ruri'g st'k and div'ds. 
AVithdrawals, paid-up and prepaid 

stock and dividends 

Dividends on paid-up, prepaid 

stock and deposits 

Expenses — salaries 

Interest on withdrawals 

Cash on hand June 30, 1904 



Total $7,924 25 



Liabilities. 

Dues and div'ds on running stock. 
Paid-up and prep'd st'k and div'ds 

Fund for contingent losses 

1^'ndivided profit 



$6,800 00 
21 00 


620 00 


123 35 

154 95 

12 75 

192 20 



$1,222 70 


5,600 00 


4 35 


165 15 



Total $6,992 20 Total 

Shares of stock in force, 311; shares loaned on, 68; membership, 37. 



6,992 20 



JAY COUNTY. 



THE FIRST BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF PORTLAND. 
JOHN F. LaFOLLETTE, President. GEORGE W. HALL, Secretary. 



Condition June 30. 1904. 



Receipts. 



Cash on hand June 30, 1903 $393 07 

Dues on running stock 18,278 86 

Paid-up and prepaid stock 9,840 00 

Loans on mort'ge security repaid. 150 00 

Interest